GIF Dance Party Extension - Chrome Web Store
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A Chrome Extension inspired by

* Updated 6/2/16 - See the bottom of the description for updates * Turn even the most intolerable websites into an animated rave * Fan of Fuzzy Wobble's original dance party? Well, now is your chance to take the party to any website of your choice! Expanding your professional network on LinkedIn can be a chore sometimes, but you will only have a better experience if you further bloat their UI with Katy Perry's Left Shark or an overweight Spiderman getting down to Hotline Bling. Just install the GIF Dance Party Chrome Extension, and click on the disco ball to the right of Chrome's address bar to get the party started! DISCLAIMER: This extension does not work on the chrome web store, chrome extension settings page, nor a blank new tab page but it should work on any other site. If you then click the disco ball and nothing happens, just try refreshing the page and clicking it again. Should work like a charm afterwards. * Customize your party * Although this Chrome Extension already comes with an army of GIF dancers and a bumpin' set of audio loops, you probably have some awesome GIF dancers or songs in mind that we aren't aware of. You can toss those dancers or songs into the bunch when this Chrome Extension is running to make your party even better. Just pop open the ADD DANCER or SELECT SONG menu and paste in the corresponding URL. * Share your party! * No party is fun by yourself! We encourage you to record or take screenshots of your GIF Dance Party and send them to your friends! Heck -- you can even encourage them to install the extension as well. If you can't seem to share it enough, then send it over to since we'd love to see it too! * Make the party better * If you have ideas on how to make the party better, feel free to send your feedback to We also might be updating the Chrome Extension with more GIF dancers and music. If you think that you've found the perfect media for this Chrome Extension, then we might push it out! P.S. We're open source! ( * Update - 6/2/16 You can now add a custom song from YouTube by providing a normal YouTube url in the 'Add a custom song URL or YouTube link' input field when selecting a song. In order to comply with YouTube's terms of service, the video itself will be displayed next to the other menu buttons. You can now also add a custom gif dancer by providing a normal Giphy url in the 'Add a custom GIF URL' input field when adding a dancer. Added the song form to the song list (BREADFISH). Added several more gif dancers to the list. *Update - 12/31/15 Added a new SHAKE button at the bottom of the screen Created by Jimmy Ly and Tyler Krupicka

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Eduardo PasaAug 25, 2021

dont open, idk if is my computer

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bro dieJul 8, 2021

Do NOT use this extension, if you go to the website it said it's inspired by, it steals your ip address, they deliberately made the extension not work on most devices, so that you would go to the website to check if it works there, and then they have you're ip address. This is a warning, do not go to the website unless you wan't online hackers to have your ip address.

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Mariana GargantiniMay 10, 2021

It doesnt open :(

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