Choose Plugins > Browse Plugins, or Plugins > Plugins Panel and click the Browse Plugins + button.
Plugins Marketplace for Photoshop
Learn how to install and manage new Photoshop plugins using the Marketplace in your Creative Cloud desktop app
Check out hand-picked plugins from our Editor's choice and Essential Plugins Collections in the Plugins Marketplace in addition to thousands of plugins and integrations from our amazing community of developers all in one convenient place.
Install Marketplace plugins
Easily install Marketplace plugins for Photoshop in these three steps:
In left panel of the All plugins section of the Marketplace, you can filter by products and search for the name of a plugin.
When you find a plugin you'd like to install, click the Get button in the plugin card that is displayed to start installing the plugin. Some plugins will require Photoshop to quit before installation can take place.
During installation, you will be asked to input your computer's administrator password to provide the Creative Cloud desktop app with installation permissions.
Manage Marketplace plugins
You can find the installed plugins in the Manage plugins panel of the Plugins Marketplace.
- To manage your installed plugins, choose Plugins > Manage Plugins
Use this panel to Disable or Uninstall currently installed plugins.
Disable or Uninstall Marketplace plugins
You can Disable or Uninstall Photoshop plugins within the Plugin Marketplace in two simple steps:
Choose Plugins > Manage Plugins
In the Manage plugins section of the Marketplace, click the three dots for a plugin you'd like to Disable to Uninstall. Note that disabling or uninstalling a plugin will remove any plugin customizations.
Start plugins within Photoshop
Easily find and use all of your installed plugins using Photoshop's Plugins menu.
What plugins can I install?
The Plugins Marketplace lets you install or manage:
Are "plugins" different from "plug-ins"?
These new plugins are built using a modern extensibility platform granting plugin developers many benefits and will be managed using the Plugin Marketplace. Previously, legacy plug-ins and extension panels for Photoshop have been created using various technologies like CEP, and going forward, plugin developers can work to migrate their plugins to the new model.
To learn more about the new extensibility platform, see Photoshop Extensibility Enters a New Era.