Get Fast, Legal and Free Music With Audials Music Rocket

December 10, 2016

10:30 am

In order to please their taste, music fans have four options: buy a CD, buy it digitally (which costs almost the same as physical media), look for pirated and illegal songs, or use streaming services, which are becoming more and more popular throughout the entire world.

However, all four options present some “problems,” namely not being free or not being legal. Not everyone can pay for music, so a service like Audials Music Rocket comes real handy. With it, Windows users can obtain tracks quickly, legally and for free, and also listen to radios and enjoy podcasts, as well as music TV.

How It Works

Audials Music Rocket is based on recording, complying with all U.S. and international copyright laws. This software works by providing users with powerful and sophisticated recording tools, so that they can find and record music and media with ease.

Music is presented in several different fashions, starting with charts. They come with the push of a button, with the new charts appearing every month and hundreds of charts from previous years available. For users wanting to find a specific track, Audials Music Rocket also features a music search. It finds hits for users’ queries from several platforms, coming in as music videos or audio tracks in the highest quality.

The library of this software can currently reach around 12,000,000 hits by up to 3,000,000 artists from 120 music genres. Users can get specific hits or an entire discography from their favorite artists. Depending on the user’s choice, Audials will either select the right music platforms for the recording or find the right radio show from its database of 30,000 monitored stations. And all this is done in high quality, at up to 320 kBit/s.

Audials Music Rocket presents a user-friendly interface, with a great player and a powerful recorder. It provides further entertainment by supporting podcasts and music TV, and also other tools for music collection management.

All this is also available on the go, with mobile apps for Android, iOS and Windows Phone.

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25 y/o, born and living in Portugal. Majored in Biology, but tech and computers were always a passion. Wrote for sites like Windows.Appstorm and MakeTechEasier.

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