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# 210332 22-Mar-2017 22:06
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The above is a link to a free mp3 downloader I have on my Windows Phone, which works really well. As you may know I'll be moving to Android shortly (just waiting on my case etc to arrive). Is there a similar app I can get for Android that anyone can recommend? I looked at Google Play but having to pay an ongoing fee every month when I may or not download some music doesn't appeal. Even some subscription where I could pay per song would be okay.


Any suggestions welcome, thanks smile

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  # 1746244 23-Mar-2017 08:15
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Stop being cheap :P


You have services like pandora, play music, spotify that give you free streaming (with ads) or offline playback if you pay a fee.  You can also load music/mp3's that you already own onto the phone manually .





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  # 1746327 23-Mar-2017 11:39
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Download free music and upload into Google play? eventually you will build quite the collection and be able to claim it as yours!!


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  # 1753721 3-Apr-2017 12:58
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Good discussion of apps that'll do this here.


PS: Sorry I forgot to get preachy.

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