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FoxyTunes for Internet Explorer 2.6      

Size:  1.16MB

License:   FREE

Publisher:  Publisher | Listed Programs

Release Date:   2009-07-30

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OS:  Win 2000/XP

Downloads:   3997

Popularity:   Popularity:0/10


USER RATING

4.50

(2 Votes)

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Software Product Description

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FoxyTunes is a plug-in for IE and your media player. It will allow you to control your favorite media player without leaving the browser.

The controls are positioned on the status bar or one of the toolbars, so no extra space is wasted. FoxyTunes has several nice features. You can control the playback, adjust the volume, and see what's playing. Many more features are in development, among them advanced music-related searches.

Features:

  • Supports 18 media players - more to come!
  • Collapsible panels
  • Volume controls
  • Currently playing track information
  • Automatically launch your player when needed
  • Pop up and hide the player window with a click
  • Correctly shows track information encoded in any language, supports Unicode
  • Automatically finds and displays album covers
  • Music Web searches - lyrics, images, info, video and much more
  • Integrated collapsible search box

Supported players:

  • iTunes
  • WinAmp
  • Windows Media Player
  • RealPlayer
  • Foobar 2000
  • Yahoo Music Engine
  • Yahoo Musicmatch Jukebox
  • Apollo
  • Sonique
  • Quintessential Player
  • JetAudio
  • J.River Media Center/Jukebox
  • MPlay and etc.

FoxyTunes for Mozilla Firefox is also available for download.

USER REVIEWS

"Handy toolbar for muic access"

Reviewer: -Connie

Review Date: 2006-12-20

Pros: None

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: This toolbar is nice and easy to use. There is one thing I did not like which other programs do. It makes itself the default player and disables Window Media which is my main music player. When I started my computer after installing Foxy, Window Media would not work. I solved that by going in the Aminisistrative Tool on Windows XP and clicked on "Services" at the bottom check to see if Window Audio is disabled then right click on properties. There is "start up" option. Click it and put "automatic" in it. You have to restart your computer. Then both programs will work. The Windows Media and the Foxy Tune toolbar.

4.50

Average Rating

(2 Votes)

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