lets you control almost any media player and find lyrics, covers, videos, bios and much more with a click right from your browser. It is one of the most popular Firefox extensions there are, so popular actually that it was acquired by Yahoo! Music for $40 million and they continued to develop it. The latest update for FoxyTunes adds YouTube to the growing list of supported web players. This addition lets you not only control a single video, but also lets you navigate playlists full of videos. Do all this from the convenience of your FoxyTunes toolbar while you are surfing in other tabs.
FoxyTunes works with most media players like iTunes, Pandora, Windows Media Player and Rhapsody Online. FoxyTunes started out as a simple add-on to control your music player from the browser. It offered support for several players and also showed information about the song playing in the toolbar. Nothing revolutionary up to here, but other features like lyrics and artist search really changed the way we listen to music, turning it into something interactive. With just one click users can go to the artistís Wikipedia entry, or search for lyrics or track information online. It also Supports WinAmp, iTunes, Yahoo Music Engine, Pandora, foobar2000, Windows Media Player, Xbox Media Center, Musicmatch, Quintessential, J. River, jetAudio, XMPlay, MediaMonkey, Media Player Classic, Sonique, wxMusik, Real Player, XMMS, Noatun, Juk, Amarok, Music Player Daemon, Rhythmbox and many other players. Download FoxyTunes