Introducing soundz.fm for Mac OS X. Sort of.

April 13th, 2011 under Goodies. Leave a comment

Have you ever wanted to have soundz.fm as a standalone desktop application? Although there’s no way we could have had time to code the application natively, you can achieve a desktop-like experience of soundz.fm. You can do it with use of the app called Fluid, which allows you to create a desktop app from any website. Read more on how to do this:


  1. Download and install Fluid
  2. Grab the soundz.fm application, unarchive it and run it


That’s it! soundz.fm now runs as a standalone app. Some of you might be satisfied, but those that want to get rid of this iphone in the bottom and the feedback tab, follow these instructions:


  1. Download the userscript
  2. In the menu, navigate to Userscripts () -> Open Userscripts Folder
  3. Paste the soundz.fm.user.js into the this folder
  4. In the menu, navigate to Userscripts -> Reload All Userscripts
  5. Navigate to Userscripts -> toggle soundz.fm to make it highlighted
  6. Use Cmd-R to reload the window


The iphone and the feedback tab should be hidden now. Tadaaa, you now have a fully functional soundz.fm desktop app. How awesome is that?

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