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10 of the Best Songbird Add-ons

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The first stable version of Songbird has been unleashed. Considered by many as the Firefox of media players due to its extensibility, this open source iTunes replacement has a bright future ahead.

One of the very first things to do after installing Songbird is to get and test-drive some of the available extensions. At the moment, there are probably hundreds of add-ons, so as a guide to new Songbird users, let me share to you a few of my favorites:

1. LyricMaster
The name says it all. This add-on will help you fetch lyrics the easy way. Here are some of its important features:

* Ability to edit the lyrics
* Fetch the lyrics for one or more songs at a time
* Displays the lyrics a song has embedded through metadata

I always want to sing along with my favorite songs so I have this installed Smile

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