How to Add BetterTTV Extension to Browser for Twitch Emotes

BetterTTV extension also called BTTV is a plugin for browsers to enhance Twitch streaming service with new features, emotes, and a lot more for browsers.

The BTTV emotes share different emotes on Twitch with Twitch.tv login username and password. You can upload your BTTV emotes to add to Twitch channel.

This post will, however, teach you how to download BetterTTV Firefox extension and install it on your browser to add BTTV emotes to your Twitch channel.

BetterTTV Pro

BetterTTV plugin is an extension to add more feature to Twitch which includes chit chat on Twitch, delete links and messages, unban all banned chatter.

The BTTV Pro allows you up to 25 channel emotes, 50 shared emotes, priority emote approval, and allows up to 5 channel and shared non-GIF personal emotes to be used globally by you (not others) on BetterTTV.

We also add an extra personal emote for every consecutive month you subscribe for the life of the subscription (up to a maximum of 25 personal emotes).

BTTV Features

Here are the unique features of the Better Twitch TV extension for browsers.

  1. Extra emoticons – BetterTTV global and per-channel emotes
  2. Username/Word/Phrase highlighting
  3. Word/Phrase blacklist
  4. Split chat lines for easy reading
  5. See deleted links and messages
  6. Unban all banned chatters with /mass unban (channel owner only)
  7. Anon Chat – join a channel without showing in the user list
  8. Hide visual noise like bits

Better Twitch TV for Chrome

Here is a quick approach to add the Better Twitch TV Chrome extension to your browser.

  1. Open the Chrome browser and go to BetterTTV official¬†site. Alternatively, go to the Google Chrome store and search for “BetterTTV
  2. Click on “download for Chrome” on Better Twitch TV site and you will be redirected to the Google Chrome extension download storeBTTV emotes for Chrome
  3. Click on “Add to Chrome”Add Better Twitch TV
  4. Click on “Add BetterTTV” from the popupInstall BetterTTV
  5. Wait for better TTV to download and add to your Chrome browser automatically.

The BTTV icon will be added to your browser’s taskbar for quick access. A right-click on the BetterTTV extension will give you the option to access BetterTTV site and add BTTV emotes to your Twitch channels and enjoy all the BTTV features.

BetterTTV Firefox

The BetterTTV extension for Firefox can be downloaded and added to the Mozilla browser following the procedures below.

  1. Open the Firefox browser
  2. Visit betterttv.com
  3. Click “download for Firefox”BetterTTV Extension
  4. Tap on “Add to Firefox”Add BetterTTV Firefox
  5. Click on the “Add BetterTV” to permit the extension to access Twitch.tv on your Firefox browser.BetterTTV extension

The BetterTTV Firefox extension will be added to the Mozilla Firefox browser to access Twitch.tv contents.

BTTV Emotes

Emotes is the main feature of the Twitch enhance plugin for browsers. You can add your choice of emotes to the channel or download emotes from the channel with a single click. However, if you are a fan of different BTTV emotes here is how to add emotes to your channel on Twitch using BTTV extension.

  1. Right-click on the BTTV plugin on your address barBTTV exntesion icon
  2. Select “BetterTTV” to open Better Twitch TV siteBetterTTV
  3. Click on the “Login” button to the top-rightLogin BTTV
  4. Log in with your “Twitch.tv” username and password
  5. Click on the “Authorize” button to allow “BetterTTV” to access and read your Twitch.tv information.Authorize BTTV Emote
  6. Now, go to Better Twitch TV emotes channel at betterttv.com/emotes
  7. Go through the BTTV emotes categories (Top, trending, shared, and global)
  8. Click on the emotes
  9. Click on “Add to Channel”BetterTTV extension

The selected BTTV emote will be added to your Twitch channel via the Better Twitch TV site.

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