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exfm for Chrome and Firefox helps users get the most out of the exfm service. This browser extensions allows users to search for topics on popular sites such as Last.FM, SoundCloud or Bandcamp, and offers a new sensation in the field of streaming music.

Entering a search result will show the various sites, which can play directly through the browser and still use With endless possibilities to discover music, with sections such as Trending (trends) or Explore (browse) can dive into countless artists and subjects.

Exfm is a music discovery platform powered by thousands of music sites on the web. An endless feed of great music lives at curated by Tastemakers and users alike. Exfm also boasts powerful browser extensions to play any website containing music, a slick site Player for publishers and mobile apps for iPhone and Android.

 exfm 3.1.4

Free to download



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Chrome or Firefox

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Blog, Twitter, Facebook

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Features include:

  • Continuous background audio even if the browser tab/window is closed
  • Automatically recognise mp3s found on any web page complete with in-line playback, Loving and Sharing options built-in
  • Add sites to your collection as you browse
  • On-site mini-player for quick access to tracks on any page - provides nearly all exfm functionality tucked inside a tiny tab
  • Drop-down queue controls playback and sites history manages all your tracks automatically
exfm service offers:
  • Gallery view
  • Access you data on all websites
  • Access your tabs and browsing activity
  • See what is trending - updated daily
  • Explore Site of the Day, Genres, Album of the Week, Tastemakers, Monthly Mixtape, and Latest Loved
  • Link your Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and accounts so that your friends can see what you see, hear, scrobble, share what you are all listening to
  • Keyboard shortcuts

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