iMuzic Streamer - 1.0.5.0

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Plays music from iMuzic while you browse the web in an easy fashion.

  • 1.0.5.0
  • luke.zbihlyj
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More about this extension

About the Extension:
iMuzic is a website that offers free MP3 streaming and downloading. This extension allows users to synchronize their iMuzic queue with their browser, and subsequently they can play music while they browse!

To synchronize your queue, just navigate your browser to http://www.imuzic.co.uk/, and the extension’s play button will revolve once. This shows that the extension has synchronised your queue, and you can now close iMuzic and listen to music through the extension while viewing other websites.
At the moment, the extension plays the songs in sequence, and will loop when it gets to the end. It can be configured to automatically start playing from track one when the browser is opened through the Extension Options.

If you are not playing a track, then a play button will be in the place of the pause button, and will seamlessly fit in with the browser. Beware, the icons will always be blue buttons to fit with the default theme, so it is not theme friendly.
Requirements:
» A queue on http://www.imuzic.co.uk/
NOTE: The automatic skipping feature for broken MP3 links works most of the time, but not always. It is the most we can do, so send us an email if you find an MP3 that doesn’t work!

Change Log:

Fixed the previous (Re-upload as it didn't work last time).

Older Versions

  1. Version 1.0.4.0
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    Plays music from iMuzic while you browse the web in an easy fashion.

    Change Log:

    None

  2. Version
    Compatible With

    Plays music from iMuzic while you browse the web in an easy fashion.

    Change Log:

    Updated music streaming system from QuickTime to <audio> tag.

    Cleaned up code a little.

  3. Version 1.0.5.0
    Compatible With

    Plays music from iMuzic while you browse the web in an easy fashion.

    Change Log:

Reviews

  1. ranjit says:

    how do u get it?

  2. Angel Hunter says:

    None of it worked all though it did list songs, seems it might be wise to use another method of getting it to play

  3. luke.zbihlyj says:

    @Angel Hunter: I take it you are using a Linux distribution? Another user has reported the problem of not being able to play music. The only problem is that using a flash player causes Flash to report a communication error, meaning you have to set flash to allow access to all websites globally. That would cause a huge security issue. I’ll look into it, but thanks for letting me know. If anyone else has problems, please report them on the main Chrome Extension page (https://chrome.google.com/extensions/detail/fkhhlodhknkmgknjchlhfefddaidiman), along with your OS, Chrome version and if you have QuickTime.

    UPDATE: I just released a new version which now uses the built-in tag. I am currently only having a few problems with some MP3s playing some of the time, and not others, but it should work for now. If a song doesn’t work, it should skip within 10 seconds.

    Please let me know if it works on your setup.

  4. luke.zbihlyj says:

    @ranjit: Simply press the “+ Add to Chrome” button on the top right, if that’s what you mean.

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