HOW TO Play Music & Manage Playlists in Chrome

Being an Internet and Music addict, I often listen to songs when I am browsing. Obviously I would be running two applications on my PC. It is more convenient when I could do both in my Chrome Browser. Chrome extensions and applications make your web experience much simpler and almost everything is possible with these apps and extensions. Here is another Chrom application which lets you play music within your Chrome browser. It is quite easy to use and also has a variety of options which help you in customizing the app and also make it worth being installed on your Chrome browser.

Achshar Player is a Chrome application completely built on HTML 5 and Javascript which lets you add songs from your PC and play them even if you are not connected to the internet. This is quite useful when you do not have a media player installed. It is a rare case but considerable when you are having a tough time with Windows.

Once installed, you can add music form your computer by clicking on “+” sign near Music Explorer and then drag files from your PC into the application window. Alternatively you can add songs manually.

add songs to chrome

You can add multiple songs in this way. To play or delete the songs, just click on the play or delete button at the bottom of the screen.

achshar music player chrome

The menu on the left has some useful options for you to search songs or list them according to artists, albums or name of the songs. This is not all, you can also customize it as per your convenience. You can apply a different theme or choose to hide labels on the left. You can enable notifications for a song change and also play music in offline mode.

I found this Chrome app really useful for music lovers who spend much time on the Internet but yes, you can not expect an equalizer in a Chrome app for music :D You can add it to Chrome from the link below.

  • http://achshar.com Achshar

    hey thanks for featuring..!

    > you can not expect an equalizer in a Chrome app for music

    theoreticaly it is possible now but i dont think it will be added any time soon :P but thanks again for featuring my app.. much appreciated.. :D

    • http://www.blogotechblog.com Lalit Indoria

      Thanks for the correction :)

  • http://stayinfront.com/ nanvymaben

    I too often like to do the same thing as you do Lalit.. And now I am very happy to use Chrome as it is really good to use. But this kind of thing one can know from such posts.