It's been over four years since we last covered the music streaming service called Songza, and in that time it has been drastically changed over and over again. Back then it tried to leverage the music selection available on YouTube to stream almost any song on demand, but it has since transformed into a playlist-powered free music streaming service.
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We've posted about other music download utilities in the past, and thought that Songr would be a good one to cover as well. It's a free program that can be used to search for music around the Internet, and more often than not can find high quality versions of the songs you're looking for.
A couple months ago I wrote about an app that could be used to download songs from Grooveshark, but it was limited to songs you searched for one-by-one or songs that are on Grooveshark's "Most Popular" list. The free SciLor's Grooveshark Downloader can do all of that as well, but it also has a some other awesome features.
I'm an undeniable fan of Grooveshark and have gotten quite a few people hooked on their free web-based interface for listening to their favorite tunes. Not everyone likes to stream music though, and that's when they turn to the free GrooveDown app to provide search and download capabilities powered by Grooveshark's vast library.
There are a lot of online services popping up that help you get fast access to your favorite tunes without having to drop a dime. One of my favorites is definitely Grooveshark, but there are a plenty of other alternatives out there. The one I'm going to talk about today is called Moof.
If you're not from the US, this sounds familiar: a cool new music or video service launches but when you want to test it out, you find out it's not available in your country. The music recommendation site Pandora is one of many victims of a world that doesn't have unified copyright regulations.
If you consider your music tastes a little more adventurous than FM radio, you probably already know that the internet is a gold mine for good yet rather unknown music. It has allowed independent bands to flourish and often, they're more than happy to put out some free MP3's to get the word out about their songs.