Extereo Audio Player - Chrome Web Store
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An audio streaming extension that seeks for links to music and recordings on the sites you visit.

Extereo is a Web Extension which scans for references to audio sources in the sites you visit and enables you to easily create playlists with them which you can listen to while you browse the web without having to keep multiple tabs open. UPDATE: after the Chrome Web Store forces extensions to use Manifest V3, this extension will no longer work as background audio playback will not be supported anymore.

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Paul NewmanMay 6, 2021

Love it! Allows you to browse a site with an audio file and add it into the extereo player and leave the site without having to stay there. Can do this for numerous files as well and create a full playlist. Would be cool if it auto saved lists in case you had an accidental browser crash. These don't get stored unless you export the playlist manually. I had this happen before with 20+ files and had to go into history and retrace my steps to get those files added back (my fault since you CAN s... Show more

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YashMar 6, 2019

Its awesome, i am absolutely loving it, Thanks developers for making my day. Yes, this works with vivaldi also, i.e. not CHROME only.

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Angel BellFeb 13, 2018

exactly what i needed

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