Introducing ChromeStats for Edge

Do you use Microsoft Edge? Microsoft Edge is a cross-platform web browser created and developed by Microsoft. There are close to 4000 Microsoft Edge Add-ons available natively for Edge at Additionally, Microsoft Edge also support Chrome Extensions from Chrome Web Store.

Using the same engine that powered ChromeStats, we are making Edge Add-ons stats available at ChromeStats for Edge ( You can search, browse, analyze, and compare different Edge Add-ons just like you do with ChromeStats. Your account on ChromeStats will automatically work with ChromeStats for Edge. If you are a paid member on ChromeStats, your membership will also work on ChromeStats for Edge. As a premium member, you can also access raw data, advanced search, longer trend lines, etc. on ChromeStats for Edge.

We hope you find ChromeStats for Edge useful. If you encounter any issue, please kindly let us know at

Inspect extension source codes on ChromeStats

You can now inspect Chrome extension source codes on ChromeStats. Simply click on the “Source code” button on the extension details page, and you will see a list of files inside the extension. Click on the file to see its content.

When you view a JSON, HTML, JS, or CSS file, we will beautify and highlight the content for you. You can also see the original raw content by clicking on the “Raw content” button.

When you select an image (.png, .jpg, .jpeg, or .gif file), we will also render the image in the browser for you.

View source code is available for all users. Free users can see only the latest version. Personal plan subscribers can see up to the 5 latest versions. Developer and premium plan subscribers can view source codes for all available versions on ChromeStats.

We hope that this will be helpful for users to be able to inspect the extension source codes faster to analyze its risk more easily.

Advanced search just got smarter

We are super excited to announce that Advanced search has just become smarter. With a simple text box, you can quickly search for that string in all extension’s name, description, author name, manifest, etc. Additionally, you can now sort and filter by the obsolete fields, so you can easily find extensions that are removed from Web Store or those that are still on it.

Need to see more details? Simply click on the expand button on the left side, and you will see the details of the extension.

And that is not all! Head over to our Advanced reviews search section, and you can quickly search through all reviews!


Advanced Search for Chrome extensions

Do you need to find a list of highly used Chrome extensions with low rating? Or find out the top rated extensions in a category? Maybe even filter by the permissions that they are requesting? Do you need a tool to help you do these analysis? ChromeStats can help!

With ChromeStats advanced search tool, you can now construct powerful search query to answer these questions. With 30+ fields to search and sort from, you can narrow down the list of Chrome extensions within seconds. No need to download a CSV, or write codes to run custom analysis, or wait for a monthly newsletter. With advanced search, you can analyze 200,000 items in Chrome Web Store immediately.

ChromeStats advanced search screenshot

You can search, sort, and view by

  • Extension name
  • Extension id
  • Author name
  • Author email
  • User count
  • Rating value
  • Rating count
  • Size
  • Risk score
  • Description
  • Full summary
  • Category
  • Last update date
  • Price
  • Permissions
  • Supported languages
  • Screenshots
  • Video
  • Version
  • Website url
  • Help url
  • Privacy url
  • etc.

This list is still growing! Try it today and leave us a feedback! If you need something that is not already there, we would be happy to add support for it.

Advanced search is now available for ChromeStats premium members. Subscribe to our premium membership to start using it now!