Fire.fm is a Firefox extension that integrates service Last.fm on Firefox and has not won the award for best music the best extension by chance as it does very well into a player with all the functions associated with our user profile.
Once installed do not see many changes, just an option in Tools - Fire.fm where we can enter the service and start playing our favorite, but their options so the player can add to the toolbar to the bar status.
As if we were in Last.fm player or use your desktop, you can mark songs as favorites, or add labels veto.We can also get more information about the song you're listening and see what disk belongs, or go to the album or artist page on Last.fm:
Last.fm is a feature of the Scrobbling, meaning that when we hear a song that is sent to Last.fm and added to our profile.The extension has enabled this feature by default, although you can disable it from the options.We can also make playing the song when we began the most recent browser.
Fire.fm has a history that is remembering what we hear in the same browser, and then we can see from the address bar, as we see in the image below, adding to the search results (I am not using the history, but it looks interesting):
And so that the integration is complete, we have a menu where users can see neighbors, we have added as friends, search for similar artists, or view our recent and favorite stations, thus saving us from entering the website:
If you do not like the toolbar, you have the option of the status bar or you can just stick with the main menu, but the bar is small and does not occupy much space. Should you leave your browser open all the time you can set notifications of songs if you're using another program, or disable them if we feel uncomfortable.
It may take a little of all this, perhaps an equalizer for the player?For the rest I was very pleased and I have not noticed changes in the performance of the browser.It may be advisable to disable or delete the history of Fire.fm every few days.Also our record is saved to our user profile.