User-Agent Switcher Extension

The User-Agent Switcher is a tiny browser extension to easily change the default User Agent string of the browser. It supports Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge and should work fine with other Chromium-based browsers. Install this extension from Chrome Store or Microsoft Edge Store.

This extension has few preset User-Agent strings like those of Firefox on Windows 10, Google Chrome on Android, Microsoft Edge, Safari on iPadOS, Google bot etc. Users can add a custom User-Agent string as well.


How To Use?

Once installed successfully, you would notice extension’s icon on the browser toolbar as shown in the above screenshot. Click on this icon to change the User-Agent setting of your browser. The extension pop-up has the options to change browser’s User-Agent string and enter a custom User-Agent string, as shown in the above screenshot.

To add and use a custom User-Agent string, enter your desired string in the input box and click on the save button. Now, select the option “My Custom User-Agent” in the drop-down menu.


To check and verify your User-Agent string setting, visit our tools page which also shows your public IP address, Do-Not-Track setting, Save-Data client hint request header setting and proposed prefer: safe HTTP header setting.

Available User-Agent Strings

The following user-agent strings are available with this extension. Moreover, users can also add one custom user-agent string.

  • Firefox on Windows 10
  • Chrome on Android 10 (Pixel 4)
  • Safari on iOS
  • Safari on iPadOS or macOS
  • Chrome on Chromebook (ChromeOS)
  • Internet Explorer 6
  • Microsoft Edge on macOS
  • Googlebot (Classic and Smartphone)

This tiny browser extension is very light-weight and handy. If you have any feedback or suggestion, feel free to leave a comment below or email us at If you find this extension useful, please rate it 5-stars on Chrome Web Store.

6 thoughts on “User-Agent Switcher Extension”

  1. good extension. I like it for its simplicity and to-the-point approach.

    I have just one request: add more pre set strings like Safari on iPhone and more like it.

  2. chromebook user agent string? please add it to the list. I’m using the following :

    Mozilla/5.0 (X11; CrOS x86_64 12499.20.0) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/83.0.4103.61 Safari/537.36

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