Nothing. Apps or websites do not make music free. Nearly anything that does is likely pirating it...
2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 29/09/2012
Why stop at music ? Why not an app to give you free cash from any ATM machine? Many android apps are maleware. Be very careful what you download.
1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 03/07/2011
Not directly but you can go into iTunes scroll to apps scroll down click the app and then drag to your computer then drag back to your library
2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 06/10/2013
heyy! I use http://kazagold.com, its a super good website and the songs download really fast AND they have a list on their website of the top most recent popular songs. i hope this helps! :)
3 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 29/11/2012
do you want to still use your other pc for itunes? if so, cnettv has a good video guide on that. just go to cnettv.com, search ipod more than one computer. if you just want to use you new laptop, open itunes, and on the top menu choose file>transfer puchases from (ipod name) (ipod name), will be the name of...
1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 18/07/2009
Many music players, such as iTunes and WMP, have a "visualizer"...there are two I like a lot. Links below. Google for music visualizer if you want to find others.
3 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 07/09/2013
as far as i know, yes and no. on most phones that i know of, you cant access most of the features without a SIM card. if you are, you should be able to, you just wont have any of the calling, texting and internet everywhere options. you would still be able to use the internet, but you would need...
3 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 14/07/2012
I don't know if tubemate is an option for you. Idk if it needs root or not. Anyway, I sometimes use uTorrent app and a piratebay proxy to download albums.
5 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 14/03/2013
there are none Apple has strict control over apps and what they allow and what they don't, and due to copyright law, they don't allow anything like this, let alone something that competes with purchasing music from iTunes.
2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 24/06/2012