RNA editing is a dynamic and essential biological process that has multifaceted functions in gene regulation, protein diversity, and immune response. Tissue-specific RNA editing is governed by the presence and activity of RNA editing enzymes, such as adenosine deaminase acting on RNA enzymes, and is influenced by the cellular context and regulatory factors in each tissue. As a result, RNA editing can exhibit tissue-specificity. To fully understand the functional implications of RNA editing, it is important to consider its tissue-specific nature and its potential impact on the biology of specific tissues and organs. We developed EditPredict-TS, an online tool that incorporate RNA editability prediction models for 30 distinct tissue types. This tool is essential for gaining a more comprehensive understanding of RNA editing.