After a constant struggle opposite Firefox, Google Chrome came out as a winner. Google hit the right spot. It concentrated on two core objectives of the browser: Speed and Security. As it offers fast browsing capability with non-interfering security, Chrome browser is so much easy to use. Apart from these, Google also improvised many other factors such as increasing the work space, hiding unnecessary elements, integrating with Google search and so on.
Chrome is flexible. It integrates third-party features well, which is one of the reasons for the increase in Google Chrome plug-ins/toolbars development. Google also encourages custom toolbar development. The Firefox-like strategy seems to have working, for Chrome is widely accepted mainly for its attractive web store and chrome plug-ins development.
The latest chrome extension is Pandora. An extension recently added to the Chrome store lets users listen to their favorite music through toolbar. It offers a control panel right on the browser toolbar. All a user has to do is click on a button in the toolbar to start a service from a small pop-up.
Pandora is an online radio station that lets users listen to a wide variety of songs by various artists. With Pandora, you can change, play or pause songs. It works perfectly even when Pandora is opened in a tab or a separate window. The controls are shown as a part of the pop-up and runs without interfering. The pop-up shows the song title, name of the artist and an exclusive option to share. Now, enjoy music and browse faster than ever only with Chrome!