free MP3 downloads straight from ur BB browser
Hi just fort I would share this
download any song u want for free just search song click download change title from preview to song title click ok downloads straight to ur playlist. http://mp3skull.com/mp3/moment_4_life.html
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- 08-07-11, 05:13 AM #7
- 12-19-11, 07:02 PM #9
mp3skull.com doesnt work for me, I just found it earlier today before coming across the forum but it just WILL NOT WORK. Beemp3 works but doesn't have the songs im looking for right now. Im really frustrated. There was another site I had bookmarked in my OLD blackberry, & then I went to HTC's & they were bookmarked in those too but I went back to a different blackberry & now have NO CLUE wtf the site is. Any other sites to download FREE from?
- 01-02-12, 08:41 PM #11
Go on YouTube.com, it will take you to the mobile site. Go to the bottom & hit desktop version.
Then search the song you want
Pick the song
Go to the address bar & copy the full link
Open new tab & go to YouTube to MP3 - Convert YouTube videos to MP3
Paste the link in the box
Wait for it to convert (30-60 secs)
Then hit download
Works anywhere! Enjoy!
- 02-01-13, 09:44 AM #13
- 02-01-13, 11:58 AM #14
I also laugh at some of the really scammy \ scummy "free" music sites\software out there which wants to fill a PC full of spyware. And yeah, among all that are decent illegitimate ways of acquiring music. You comment about "advertising" hits home on many of the worst dodgy MP3 sources. So full of dodgy adverts. Which, to be honest, I love as I am an IT Engineer who makes lots of money out of disinfecting and repairing a home PC that has been trying to get "free" music.
But I am with you on the "straight from source". I go for that option whenever I can see the possible choice of it. Far nicer to get disks direct from the artist. Feels much more personal that way. (And I hate MP3's as even the "best" MP3 sounds like crud on my HiFi. Even the Bold with decent headphones shows up the difference between FLAC and MP3)
Support the artist, not the record industry.
I also like to put money into my local independent record store. I remember the time when it was fun to flick through the physical albums on the shelf.... or am I just getting old?
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02-03-13, 08:10 AM #16
- 15 Posts
Here's an easier way open a google search from your device and then type the name of the artist and the name of the song you r looking for and right next to it type "4shared" 4shared results will appear first (to me is the best of the bunch) and if you can't find what u r looking for keep scrolling all the other sites will appear with results