If you have very good internet connection, then our post will be quite useful to you and even if you do not have high speed internet connection then also you should read so that you can help your friend ;). Today we will be reviewing a tool which will help you listen songs available on YouTube and the name of this tool is Quisple. Now let me tell you clearly that this tool will work online only as it will search the title of the songs which has been entered by you and then it will play it.
Now instead of going to the home of YouTube you can directly search or hear any song with the help of this tool. It will pick the searched song from YouTube database and then it will show that video to you. Now, let me tell you that how to use this tool.
As you can see in the snapshot that it looks like a multimedia player and there is a white space in between it where the name of the song is supposed to be written. After writing the name of the song in that field and then pressing the play button on that player the tool will appear something like shown below in the snapshot.
You can see the difference as now there is an YouTube symbol at the bottom of the tool this shows that this tool has searched that video and now he is ready to direct you. Once you click on that icon, a separate browser window will open which will take you to that link where video is being loaded and then you can see that video on the browser itself. Once you enter any search in that tool it is automatically loaded in the history list, that can save desired number of records in the history list. Similarly you can search any video or song on that tool and it will directly send you to the page where this video exists, atleast you will not have to go to search results page and then select the video from there.
The size of this tool is around 700 Kb and it will take no time to get installed. Once installed you launch this tool with the help of the desktop shortcut icon. This freeware is expected to be compatible with all the versions of Windows as it has been checked with Windows 7 64-bit Ultimate edition.