Gone are the days of twisting your radio dial back and forth in the hope of finding something that you want to listen to; the Internet has made it possible to listen to music of every genre from all over the world with just a few clicks. Radio Player Live is a Google Chrome extension that makes this process about as easy as it gets. If you like sampling music from all over the globe, it's a great addition to your browser.
Like most Chrome extensions, Radio Player Live installs without any hassle, appearing as an icon to the right of the browser's address bar. From the Settings menu you can add radio stations from a gallery of over 300 choices, but the options don't end there; you can also add Internet radio stations manually or choose from thousands of other stations from Shoutcast, Radionomy, Goom Radio, and Mike's Radio World.
We've often encountered Internet radio players that offer a huge selection of stations, only to find that many of the stations buffer indefinitely and never actually start playing music. We tried a variety of stations available through Radio Player Live, and only one station gave us this problem. We had fun trying out radio stations from all over the world, and the extension's layout made it easy to access our favorites and to look for new ones.
We think that Radio Player Live is a great way for Chrome users to have access to endless amounts of music, and we recommend it.