If you’re a PC gamer, chances are you’ve already used Steam to purchase, play and manage some, if not all, of your video games. With all the sales and convenience that this gaming website brings, you’d probably be crazy not to jump right in.

The Steam application is probably everyone’s top choice, but did you know that there are some cool Google Chrome extensions out there to help you add a lot of functionality to the Steam website?

From improving your Steam experience to handling your Steam inventory with more ease and flexibility, here are 5 of the very best and most popular Chrome extensions to help improve your Steam experience. See how they can be of use to you.

Enjoy!

Steam Store Filters

Steam Store Filters

Steam is like a paradise for gamers, and it’s chock-full of information for all the latest and greatest games. It also shows some featured items, best-sellers, recently updated games, and more. Having access to all these information is great, but it could be better if you can filter these lists a bit to get rid some of the clutter and “noise”. With the help of Steam Store Filters, you can add a Filtered Releases tab and choose how games are filtered.

With this Chrome extension, you can choose whether to show downloadable content or Early Access titles, and whether you want to see old or new releases in the list. Take note that these old and new release filters go by the games’ original release date, and not the date the game was released on Steam. What’s more, you have the option to blacklist developers or publishers, if their games aren’t your cup of tea.

Steam Ninja!

Steam Ninja!

This Chrome extension add an extension icon to your Chrome navigation bar, bringing in a lot of Steam functionality into one, quick popup. It helps you streamline and speed up managing items in your inventory. When on a game page, the popup will display all inventory items that you can get for a particular game, including badge cards, booster packs and foil cards, as well as the prices. The popup also has links to Market items and the Steam store.

This extension also adds some extra functionality when you’re browsing one of your badge pages, like a link that will buy all the remaining trading cards for you to complete the badge, as well as a checkbox to allow auto-purchasing of trading cards for a particular badge.

For regular Market sellers, this Chrome extension can help you by adding a price overview for historical and current prices to your inventory page.

Enhanced Steam

Enhanced Steam

Enhanced Steam is a Chrome extension that adds a number of cool features and enhancements to the Steam browser interface, making the browser interface a pleasure to use. It highlights games that you already own, those that are on your wish list, as well as those which you have coupons for. Among many others, it allows you to customize colors for each category. You also have the option to show or hide additional information, like Metacritic scores, third-party DRM warnings, and Widescreen Gaming Forum (WSGF) certification.

This extension also shows price history on the game store, as well as the current and historical lowest prices not just for the game overall, but also for individual bundles and special editions. It also features a price comparison, along with the ability for you to choose which stores are included in the comparison. The extension also has options like adding the total amount you’ve spent on Steam into your account details page, as well as displaying a transaction summary for your Steam Marketplace transactions.

CheapShark

CheapShark

If you can’t stand waiting for sales on Steam but still want to get the best deal possible on a video game, then this Chrome extension is something you should consider installing. It’s currently in beta. It adds a button the Steam game store page that searches the CheapShark database for a better deal on the game you’re looking at on Steam.

By clicking on the ‘Search CheapShark’ button on a game’s store page, a list of prices for the game on other sites will appear. These sites include Get Games, GameFly, Amazon, Gamers Gate, and more. The sites that will be displayed will depend on where that particular game is distributed. Of course, you always have the option to keep track on all the other sites yourself, but if you’re mainly on Steam, then this extension will really come in handy, especially when you want to get the best deals.

Steam Inventory Helper

Steam Inventory Helper

The Steam Inventory Helper is perfect for heavy buyers and sellers on the Steam Market. The extension adds a lot of functionality that will surely help make the buying and selling process a whole lot easier and quicker. It allows you to sell items in bulk, disable inventory reloading after selling an item, and even comes with an auto-accept function, as well as the ability to automatically adjust your prices according to market value. What’s more, it adds a Quick Buy button to item listings, including a Newly Listed tab that replaces the default ‘Buy Now’ button.

Additionally, Steam Inventory Helper displays a warning when an item in a listing has a custom name or description. It even allows you to quickly pick and count items in trade offers and hover over items to check the price when on the offer page. It also extends the quick buying functionality for setting items, complete with its own custom dialog.

Steam Inventory Helper has support for notifications and will show a Chrome popup whenever someone offers you a trade, which will really come in handy in certain situations.