FoxyTunes is among the world’s most popularly used Firefox extensions. It’s extreme popularity and quick growth was the reason for it to be acquired by the IT giants Yahoo for a staggering sum of 40 million US Dollars. Yahoo Music acquired it so as to expand it further. FoxyTunes already had a number of inviting features that made it instantly popular amongst music lovers, and with the newest release where in it has has additional maintenance for YouTube, the most popular video sharing website, FoxyTunes fan following will surely increase.
YouTube has been added to FoxyTunes as a part of its web services. If you have FoxyTunes installed, along with controlling the videos from YouTube you can also browse all the playlists with the toolbar, at the same time. For the time you can control the videos on YouTube.com; however as per the developers you will be able to put in support meant for all the videos that a person embeds, and this will be a part of web services real soon. In case you are wondering about FoxyTunes and their function then perhaps the next paragraph would be able to shed some light on the matter.
FoxyTunes was started out in the form of an easy and straightforward add-on that would aptly control a music player. This also offered support for many types of players while also showing important info about every song that has been chosen by the user and this info is shown while it’s being played. Important information showed to the listener, includes lyrics, artist search, genre and more.
These bits of information have completely altered the way an individual listens to music and thanks to this software music listening has become more interactive. FoxyTunes also immensely supports many services from the web like the last.fm and Rhapsody Online and as we can understand that the FoxyTunes isn’t just a mere uncomplicated player add-on but it’s also a perfect way to attach several files of music to Internet-power.