You like stingray music. But when you work on your PC, you want to listen to it from a real Windows Desktop App, independent from your browser, instead of using your phone.
Actually, that product doesn’t exists. But, they offer a Web Player, available at
If you’re using Google Chrome, you can use “pin tab”, to make it locked on the left side of your tabs, in a mini-size tab. But, if you close chrome, the music stops playing.
Fortunately, there’s a workaround that will almost do what you want.
You can use a quite unknown feature from chrome, to convert any web site to a look-alike windows application, that run outside of the regular browser context.
These are the steps to achieve that.
First, open your regular chrome browser, and open the Stingray web player URL.
Then, click Options (3 dots) / More Tools / Add To Desktop.
Next, you can type any name you want for the app, then click Add.
You can now see that new icon in your desktop, that looks like a standard application. Double-click on it to launch it.
As you can see, the web site is opening inside a non-browser-like window. You only see the title of the page, and there’s no browser address bar, or navigation buttons. Only the web app is visible.
Also, on your Windows Taskbar, you can see the Stingray app besides the Chrome app. Even if it’s the chrome.exe engine that run that app, it’s independent from the browser.
So, you can open only stingray, or only the browser, or both. And you can now close or restart your browser without losing your currently playing music!
One final step, right click the stingray icon on the taskbar, and choose “Pin to taskbar”, to make it easier to start or navigate to directly.
That’s all! Have a nice listening to Stingray Music with your new Desktop App.