Magento is a powerful eCommerce platform used by many companies worldwide. One of the many reasons it’s so good is the power of the extensions it has, its flexibility, and its versatility.

The market is flooded with thousands of options when it comes to Magento extensions. There are literally thousands of extensions out there that claim to give you the ability to do just about anything under the sun. 

The problem here – is figuring out which ones will function well and provide real value for your store. We can help you with that.

Sifting through hundreds of extensions and plugins, we stuck to a couple we know are good. So dive in as we review some of the best Magento extensions for 2022!

Before You Start – Things to Keep In Mind

One of the most important factors to consider when choosing a Magento extension is its compatibility with your store’s current architecture. A poorly coded extension can wreak havoc on your system if you’re not careful, so you must do a little bit of research before making any final decisions.

The next thing to look at with these types of products is supportability – what kind of support does the developer offer? Is their website professional enough for you to trust them? Do they have an email address, chat service, or telephone number? This isn’t all-important by any means, but it’s usually a good sign if they do.

Of course, the price also plays an important role. Extensions are rarely cheap, but some great deals are sometimes to be had. Where possible, ensure that you compare prices from different sellers before making a purchase – you might be surprised by what you find. And of course, keep it in line with your budget.

With that being said, let’s dive into the best extensions for 2022.

Magemob Inventory

Let’s start with managing your inventory. As an eCommerce store, your inventory is what keeps you alive, keeps you in business. So managing your stock is probably the most important thing you can do. 

For example, poor data handling, running out of stock even though your store says you have plenty, not keeping an eye on expiration dates, mixups with suppliers. All of these can lead to a nightmare. Megamob inventory helps you keep everything in line.

This extension is focused on inventory management solutions. It has features like purchase order creation, logistics, inventory management, supplier management, and basically anything you need to keep your business running.

Magento Product Matrix Shipping 

Now this one is one of the most advanced shipping extensions out there. This extension not only helps you calculate and display accurate rates but also allows you to place orders using your preferred method of shipping instead of selecting a fixed carrier. 

This product is packed full of features and enables store owners to use any courier or postal service to ship their products with this extension.

It also gives you options like letting you make custom shipping groups. These help you classify your products and allow you to assign custom shipping rates.


Search engine optimization is vital if you want your website to rank on the first page of Google. In fact, it’s a pretty important part of Magento web development in general. Luckily, the ReloadSEO extensions can help you out a bit.

Here is how it works: the extension has an algorithm that gives you regular feedback on just how well your pages are optimized. In addition, it gives you tips on article length, keyword usage, and more.

It uses Google Analytics and data you gather through your backend and gives a clear SEO overview of your eCommerce store. Namely, the number of visits, which pages are currently ranking, which are doing poorly, the strongest keywords you have, and general monitoring of your site’s rankings.

You can easily figure out which content is ranking the best, analyze it, and then apply that knowledge to content that is doing poorly. Rinse and repeat a bunch of times, and you get a high-ranking website in no time.

Quick Search

One of the more annoying things poorly built websites has are weak search options. When potential customer check out your site, they might want to use your integrated search to find what they need. 

But, unfortunately, if that internal search engine gives poor results or doesn’t work at all, people will most likely bounce over another store.

With Quick Search, you get an extension that works wonderfully on its own. However, it also has an “autocomplete” module that allows for more accurate and thorough results.

Language Translator

Companies are like sharks – if they stop moving, they die. So you constantly need to move and expand. Simple barriers like language and borders should not stand in your way. 

So, are you thinking of going international with your store and your products? Then check out this extension.

Translators are expensive, both in terms of money and time. You need to pay a fee, and you need to wait until your content is done, you have to post it, etc. With Magento Language Translator, you can skip all of that.

Reaching a wider audience has never been easier. With this extension, you can translate any part of your content, customer reviews, product descriptions, page details, whatever you need.

Of course, having an editor on hand to double-check everything is a good idea (machine learning and AI translation aren’t perfect (yet)).


Magento extensions for your store will depend on your personal preferences and needs as a store owner. 

While we offer some opinions here and there in this article, it’s ultimately up to you to make a decision based on research that you conduct on your own. 

The tips outlined above should help guide your search enough so that you can come out with quality products at reasonable prices while still maintaining compatibility with your system and your work. 

Magento’s extensions are so powerful and versatile that you will definitely find something that fits your company and your needs.

Author bio

Travis Dillard is a business consultant and an organizational psychologist based in Arlington, Texas. Passionate about marketing, social networks, and business in general. In his spare time, he writes a lot about new business strategies and digital marketing for FindDigitalAgency.