Pandora for Chrome browser extension allows users to rate, pause, change tracks in their Pandora stream without having to open Pandora.com.
Chrome users have an increasingly wide variety of extensions to customize their Internet browsing experience, especially when it comes to streaming music services.
Last week I mentioned the Last.fm Free Music Player that lets you stream your favorite artists on-demand from your browser toolbar. Now I’d like to mention Pandora for Chrome. It doesn’t offer on-demand playback, but it does let you rate, pause, and change tracks with the same browser toolbar convenience.
Just click the Pandora logo to activate Pandora’s native control options. In addition to the control buttons it displays the song title, name of the artist, and options for sharing tracks with family and friends via your favorite social networking sites.
What makes Pandora for Chrome so great is that you always have Pandora controls right at your fingertips without having to switch back and forth between open tabs.
If use Pandora on a regular basis you’ll want to give the Pandora for Chrome extension a try.
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