SoundcloudIf you don't have this app on your phone right now, you'd better get it as soon as possible, because Soundcloud has for a while now been hard at work to introduce a subscription fee for its services and it looks like this might happen before the end of 2016. At the time being however, the Soundcloud service is available for free, offering thousands upon thousands of free music, with every minute seeing uploads of up to 12 hours of audio, including live recordings and mixes. Not all these tracks can be downloaded for free, but at least most of them are. The service is a great source of talented artists that are unsigned, as well as independent labels. Here you'll find every type of genre you could possibly think of, meaning you'll be able to explore and discover music you never knew existed.
4shared4shared has huge index of free music, with over 5.9 million tracks available for users to download. The app comes with a search engine that allows you to look through the enormous 4shared music library to find the music you love. It also combines automatic search filters to only display files of a specific format, for example, a list of only MP3 files for a particular song you search for. Additionally, 4shared provides a cloud of 15 GB storage space, where all the music you download is added automatically and is available for offline listening. It also lets you add music of your own to the folder. This is an awesome app to find old-school classics, music that is quite unknown from emerging artists as well as tunes that are out-of-copyright.
RockMyRunAs its names suggests, RockMyRun is a fantastic music app for working out. Aside from offering users free music downloads for offline playbacks, it also lets you cache the music, which works pretty much the same. RockMyRun provides playlists from Dj mixes which serve as great soundtracks for working out and other intensive activities. The app lets you match up your heart rate to your BPM, filter the length of your soundtracks to be aligned to your exercise routine. It comes with a myBeat feature that automatically challenges the playlist to fit your present state. Nothing makes you work harder at your workout than a beat custom built for your movements.
Google Play MusicGoogle Play Music is a renowned music downloading app among Android fans and is also one of the top music apps out there. This app is Google's main source of music on the Android platform and also delivers free tracks as well as albums for downloads.
Advanced Download ManagerAdvanced Download Manager is designed for fast downloads, with users being able to download up to three different file formats such as MP3 and MP4, at the same time. To optimize the downloads, it delivers an assortment of settings that allow you to customize the way you want your files to be downloaded, which includes limiting download speeds to avoid using up a lot of bandwidth, and choosing the maximum number of downloads that can be done simultaneously. The app is oriented with lighting fast download speeds, which can prove efficient for downloading huge quantities of tunes. What is your go-to app for free music downloads? Let us know in the comments.
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