Not everybody has gotten their hands on an invite to the Google Music beta, but that doesn’t stop people from developing extensions for it. Level 2 Studios has come up with an unofficial extension for Google Chrome that gives you the option to listen to your Google Music from the browser without having to open up the website. With the extension, users can song scrobble, “love” songs on Last.FM, Google thumbs up/down, show desktop notifications, switch playlists and of course the usual functions such as start, pause, stop, skip and so on.
If you’re a Chrome user, have a Google Music account and have been looking for a better way to control your music, you can’t go wrong with this extension. It’s available from the Google webstore for Chrome. Even though the extension is in beta right now, it’s as functional as they get for now. Check it out and let us know what you think.
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