- 1 We will show you how to listen to free songs on the Internet
- 2 How to do it on iPhone
- 3 How to get the Music Downloader on Android
The internet makes it easy to get a free download of just about any song you want. The problem, however, is that free music isn’t always legal music. Streaming services like Pandora and Spotify are an excellent source of free soundtracks as long as you’re online. But if you’re planning for some offline listening and don’t want to spend anything you should follow try out these music downloader tips and tricks!<
We will show you how to listen to free songs on the Internet
To get started, you want to go ahead and install two apps onto your device. The first one being iFile Organizer and the second one being the official YouTube app. This is the YouTube app right here. You want to install that. You also want to install iFile Organizer, which looks like this. It’s completely free. Once you’ve got those installed, you’re ready to get started on the free music downloader!
Once you’re here, you just want to go ahead and tap on the URL bar and then basically cancel out all the stuff that’s already in there to make sure it’s completely clear, and then you just want to paste your link that you already copied right in there, then just tap convert video, wait for it to process. Here it says, “Video successfully converted to mp3.” As you can see, it gives you the title and length of the video. Then you just want to hit download. Once you do that, you’ll get this little pop-up that pops up on your screen. It’ll have three options; download, open, and copy the link. We’re just going to hit download, and it should be highlighted in red. You just want to select a name for your song. I’m going to leave it as it already is, so I just hit OK. As you can see right here, it popped up under files. If it’s not downloading, you just want to go ahead and tap on the download button next to it, and then it should begin to download. As you can see, it is now downloading. I just want to go ahead and wait for that to finish downloading.
Now that the song is done downloading, if we go ahead and tap on it, you can see it will automatically begin to play. We have the normal music controls, like the ability to adjust the volume of the song, pause, play, and we can even adjust the speed of the song, which is nice as well. If we play the song, one nice thing I’ve found about this music player is that it will actually continue to play music in the background even when the app is closed unlike the YouTube app which requires it to be open in order for it to play music. If we close, pause, that real quick and we exit out of here, if you go back to your files and if you tap options, you can actually create folders to organize your songs better. You can also rename your songs, and if we tap on playlist you can also create playlists.
It may come as a surprise but Facebook is actually a great place to load up on legally free music. Why? Because many, many artists operate Facebook pages to keep in touch with their fans. It’s not uncommon for them to post up links to free bonus tracks that you can access just by liking their page. Of course liking a few dozen bands will clog up your news feed so be sure to adjust your feed settings to compensate.
- simply hover over Shop by Department
- Then hover over Digital Music
- Then go down a bit to Deals
From there you can select Free Songs or Free Albums and if you’re a prime member you’ll also find thousand of complete albums that are essentially free to download as part of your annual fee. We’ve got more sites to explore so hit the links below to find out more.