If Grooveshark is your number one location for songs all day, read on. We’ve got 5 ideas you can use to make the Grooveshark experience better.

 

1. Control Grooveshark Using Keyboard Shortcuts

If you obey GrooveShark all day, you can set up keySharky that assists you include any custom keyboard faster way to play, pause, stop, go to previous/next tune on GrooveShark. keySharky’s Firefox counterpart is here.

2. Quickly share songs from Chrome Toolbar

If you like sharing music with your friends, you must have a look at TinySong’s Chrome addon. You can click the addon’s icon in the Chrome toolbar to type a track, get a link and share it on Twitter or various other social networks. The tune will play on Grooveshark.

3. Put GrooveShark On Your Desktop

Go right here and get the Adobe AIR based GrooveShark app. Install it and you can then introduce GrooveShark by clicking on a desktop icon. You do not need to fiddle with web browser tabs anymore. It’s almost like a desktop songs gamer. Download it right here.

4. Rapidly share tunes from Chrome Toolbar

If you like sharing music with your friends, you should have a look at TinySong’s Chrome addon. You can click on the addon’s icon in the Chrome toolbar to type a song, get a link and share it on Twitter or various other social networks. The tune will use Grooveshark.

5. Forget switching tabs to control Grooveshark Gamer

You’ll often need to switch over tabs to control the songs being played on GrooveShark.com. sharkZapper for Google Chrome adds a toolbar icon with playback controls aEUR” you can pretty much do anything on GrooveShark from the Chrome toolbar without leaving your browser tab aEUR” play, pause, visit next/previous song, favorite and a lot more.

If you’re still making use of Firefox, attempt GrooveShark Remote.