The Musicjunkie Search is a dubious browser add-on, which promises to give users the ability to listen to music straight from their Web browsers, create and manage playlists, and discover new music every day – all of this completely for free. While this may sound promising, we’d like to inform you that the musicJunkie Search does not host any of the music streaming services it offers and, instead, all it does is to redirect users to 3rd-party services and websites. While there is nothing wrong with that, some users might find it annoying that the installation of the musicJunkie Search can’t be completed without authorizing the add-on to replace Google Chrome’s default search aggregator with Music.eanswers.com. This change is not an unsafe one, but some users might not be happy with the fact that Music.eanswers.com may collect non-identifiable information for marketing purposes, as well as display ads occasionally.
Alternative versions of the musicJunkie Search are songJunkie Search and musicBox Search. All of these serve the same purpose and promise to provide users with live streaming music when, in fact, all they do is to set Chrome’s default search aggregator to Music.eanswers.com.
If you have the musicJunkie Search or any of its variants installed on your computer, then we advise you to consider removing them. Keep in mind that musicJunkei Search is classified as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) so that it is certainly not a harmful application. However, users who are unhappy with it should certainly remove it either manually, or by utilizing a reputable PC security tool.