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Here's something cool. If you're a Firefox user (and my site stats suggest that a whopping 60% of you are) chances are you either use or have heard of FoxyTunes, which allows you to control your favorite media player from Firefox. Well, they have just released FoxyTunes 2.0 Preview, which adds a whole lot of cool new features. Now you can find lyrics, artist images, videos, artist websites, all while listening to music with FoxyTunes. It also comes with a desktop widget so you can use FoxyTunes without Firefox, a cool info box that displays album art and info for your currently playing track, it can even stream music from webpages to your media player. I've installed it and been playing with it all day. Though it's a preview release, and the standard warnings apply, I haven't run into any problems with it. The only thing I don't like about it is that it uses Ask as the search engine. But on the FoxyTunes blog, the developers have indicated that the ability to customize the search engine is coming.
Categories: Internet, Firefox