Google Chrome has made extensions a really big deal. Of course, add-ons existed long before Google Chrome was even an existing browser, but it seems like Google’s browser has really pushed applications and extensions to the forefront. No matter what you are into, there are extensions that will make your web browsing experience a joyous time. Whether you want to improve your Chrome experience, read RSS feeds, or supercharge your Gmail experience, extensions have you covered.
Today, we are going to look at Chrome music extensions for music lovers. No matter how you want to consume your music on the web, these Chrome extensions will be perfect for you. With the magic of extensions and apps, Chrome has the ability to make your web browser your number one place to enjoy your music.
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This handy extension lets you get the lyrics from many popular music services like YouTube, Grooveshark, Last.fm, and Google Play. Any music buff who wants to get to know the lyrics to their music better should have this extension installed in their browser.
In addition to adding lyrics to the popular music players, it also gives you the ability to search for lyrics to any song, so even if you are listening to music in a player that is not supported by the extension, you can manually pull up the lyrics.
Zazoo turns YouTube into your own karaoke machine. It adds scrolling lyrics to thousands of official music videos, so you can rock out the music while following along word for word. In addition, the extension offers song cords for many songs, which is a great for guitarists to practice their skills.
Besides working with YouTube, this extension offers ways for you to follow your favorite artists, add comments and chords, and more.
With this extension, you can stream music from almost any source on the web. This gives you an unheard of amount of options and flexibility. It allows you to add custom sources, so almost anything you want to hear is available.
Setting this Chrome music extension up will take a bit longer than the others, but it’s worth the time. After all, what other extension offers such a wide of range of options for listening to music right in your browser. Spend a few minutes getting everything set up, I can promise, you will be glad you did.
Google Music is an awesome cloud-based place to keep your music library. It offers a slick player that works right in your browser. This extension makes the already fantastic music player even better by adding some incredibly useful features.
The features it offers are scrobbling, toast notifications for new songs, and play controls without having to switch to the Google Music tab. This can be a real time saver, as you can change the music without leaving your current tab.
For fans of Last.fm, this is a must-have extension. It supports a lot of popular music platforms, and it will go a long way towards helping Last.fm better understand your musical tastes. Its a simple extension, but one that is well worth having if you use Last.fm as your primary Internet radio service.
If you use iTunes as a way to purchase your music, this extension is awesome. It simply allows you to search for an album or song right from within your browser. A simple menu will pop open when you click the extension’s icon, in which you can type in what you are looking for.
When you see a song or album you like, you can click the “View” button to have it open the iTunes page.
Flutter is a really cool extension that allows you to use your webcam to control music using gestures. It supports Spotify and plenty of other desktop players with the help of its desktop app. The Chrome extension adds some really useful functionality such as the ability to use the gestures on YouTube videos.
If you want to use your browser as a way to take in your music, these extensions will work perfectly for you. No matter what you are looking to do with your music, you will love having these extensions installed.
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