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Grooveshark Remote Control Enables Playback Option On Any Tab

If you’re a fan of free music-streaming service Grooveshark, then this new Remote Control add-on for Firefox is essential. Normally, the only way to control music on Grooveshark is from the page itself, which is inconvenient if you’ve too many tabs or webpage opened.

Grooveshark Remote Control puts Grooveshark playback controls at the foot of your browser (status bar), so they’re accessible from any tab or page. That is not just the one displaying Grooveshark, you can listen to music wherever you are on the web.

[screenshot of original Grooveshark]

 This remote control add-on lets you control the new Grooveshark API from any webpage you're browsing. You can control your Grooveshark playlist and music from any webpage, without breaking your workflow. Also, it has an indicator to know what song is being played.


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