MusicApp Home Removal Guide

Do you know what MusicApp Home is?

Those of you who have encountered MusicApp Home should know it is a browser extension for Google Chrome, but some of our readers may not be aware of the fact the application was classified as a potentially unwanted program. If this is the case, we invite our readers to review the rest of the article and get to know this suspicious tool better. Before deciding whether it would be a good idea to place this extension on the browser you should know MusicApp Home might change your browser’s homepage and introduce you to possibly dangerous third-party advertising content. Therefore, our researchers advise not to risk it and eliminate the potentially unwanted program. Provided, you need any assistance with this task, you could follow the removal guide we will add at the end of the main text.

It was discovered that the extension could be downloaded not just from the Chrome Web Store page or the software’s homepage called, but also via unreliable pop-up advertisements, which users could encounter while visiting untrustworthy web pages, and so on. Based on the application’s description it looks like MusicApp Home should provide users with access to free music, playlist creation features, etc. However, besides letting you search for your favorite songs the potentially unwanted program might change your homepage to place an unknown search engine on it. It might look like you get the results from Yahoo, but our researchers think they could be modified by the extension to inject the gathered results with additional third-party advertisements. Apparently, it redirects users search queries through a server called and then to

Furthermore, after reading the potentially unwanted program’s Privacy Policy, we learned that the application’s creators do not take any responsibility for third-party content, even if it is presented to the user through MusicApp Home or other company’s created tools, websites, and so on. It means if the application would provide third-party advertising content to you; there is not knowing where such ads could come from or how they might endanger your privacy or the computer’s safety. To give you an example, the advertisements could lead you to scam web pages created simply to steal sensitive or private users’ data. Some of the advertised third-party web pages might promote malicious software too, e.g., Trojans, viruses, ransomware, etc. In fact, after reading the extension’s End User License Agreement paper, we found out MusicApp Home’s creators cannot guarantee the product itself will “BE FREE FROM VIRUSES, "WORMS," "TROJAN HORSES" OR OTHER HARMFUL PROPERTIES.”MusicApp Home Removal GuideMusicApp Home screenshot
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As you realize, the potentially unwanted program is not malicious itself, but there is a risk it could introduce you to potentially dangerous content, and it is why we advise against its usage. If you think it would be unwise to keep such a suspicious tool on your browser too, we encourage you to take a look at the removal guide prepared by our specialists. It will list you the data that should be deleted if you wish to erase MusicApp Home manually. Of course, there is another way to get rid of the extension if the given instructions seem a bit too complicated. Then we would advise using a reputable antimalware tool; pick software from reliable developers, complete the installation process, start a full system scan, and eliminate identified threats by clicking the provided deletion button.

Erase MusicApp Home from Google Chrome

  1. Press Windows Key+E.
  2. Look for the listed folders one at a time:
    %LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions
    %LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Sync Extension Settings
    %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions
    %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Sync Extension Settings
  3. Find a folder named as lhhpipbfghemhkooapmjianbogjhlfig in each of the given directories, right-click these folders and press Delete.
  4. Go to this specific path: %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default
  5. Find data named as Preferences and Secure Preferences, right-click the listed files separately and choose Delete.
  6. Exit File Explorer.
  7. Empty your Recycle bin.

Delete MusicApp Home from a particular Google Chrome profile

  1. Press Windows Key+E.
  2. Find these two particular paths:
    %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Profile.*\Extensions
    %LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\\Chrome\User Data\Profile.*\Extensions
  3. Locate folders called lhhpipbfghemhkooapmjianbogjhlfig, right-click them and select Delete.
  4. Navigate to the following paths:
    %LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Local Storage
    %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Local Storage
  5. Look for the listed data and remove it:
  6. Empty your Recycle Bin.

In non-techie terms:

MusicApp Home is a potentially unwanted program targeted at those who surf the Internet with Google Chrome. It provides a few useful tools for music lovers, but at the same time, it may also introduce the user to an unreliable search engine that could display results injected with questionable advertising content. For this reason, we advise you to choose a more reputable application to look for favorite songs, artists, and so on. Users who decide they do not want to take any chances with the potentially unwanted program should erase it while following the removal guide you can see above this paragraph or an antimalware tool of their preferences.