Explore music in Firefox Video
Explore music in Firefox Video Transcript
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>> Foxy Tunes is one of the more popular extensions for Firefox. But did you know you could use the extension to search for YouTube videos and online music? Well, with the latest update, more music info is only a few clicks away. I'm Veronica Belmont, associate editor from CNET.com and on this edition of Insider Secrets, I'll share a trick on how to get the most out of your music with Foxy Tunes. [ Music ] Jason over at Download.com is our resident Firefox ninja. And he passed along these Foxy Tunes tips for us. If you've used the add on before, you know that it lets you control your MP3 library without ever having to leave Firefox. You can go forward and back in your play list. View album art and adjust the volume all for the easy to use toolbar. With the latest edition of Foxy Tunes, a new feature allows you to access YouTube videos, lyrics, reviews, and resources for even purchasing the albums. When a song is playing that, you want more information about, simply click the song name in the toolbar or the arrow to the right of the musical note icon. Foxy Tunes will launch the Foxy Tunes Planet page for that artist. As you can see, we have album art, tunes, and videos from users, pictures from Flicker and even lyrics for your favorite incoherent songs. The Foxy Tunes Planet site lets you search for music by artist, song name, or album name. But they also let you search music by genre. The added features of Foxy Tunes Planet make it easy to find everything you want on the web relating to the music you're listening to. So what was already a convenient way to control your music from within Firefox, now helps you get everything you might want relating to the artist. That's it for this edition of Insider Secrets. I'm Veronica Belmont for CNET.com. Thanks for watching. ^M00:01:45 [ Music ]
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