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8y, 11m agoPosted 8 years, 11 months ago
Does anyone know an alternative to limewire?
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8y, 11m agoPosted 8 years, 11 months ago
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#2
:oops:Ares? I don't think we are allowed to talk about these sites though?
#3
If it's music your after sign up for a free tiral on Napster, then remove the DRM with tunebite or something similar.
#4
Rapidshare is the best for downloading, yes it costs money (about £4PM) but the face that your ISP wont slow it down and the ease at which you can find good quality downloads makes it a hot deal IMO
#5
Thanks everyone, repd!
#6
Paddy_o_furniture
If it's music your after sign up for a free tiral on Napster, then remove the DRM with tunebite or something similar.


so you recommend going for the 'all you can eat' month and remove the drm from the files. what is the quality like when put through tunebite as im guessing it just records the sound it reads? how fast does it do a track? im on a 1.73ghz
#8


Yup - Frostwire is good. Made by the developers of Limewire who siad they wouldnt take DRM/License Garbage!
#9
cabos has to be the best i reckon
#10
get your self a rapidshare account then use a search engin called shareminer and your away
#11
GIJimmy;2083363
so you recommend going for the 'all you can eat' month and remove the drm from the files. what is the quality like when put through tunebite as im guessing it just records the sound it reads? how fast does it do a track? im on a 1.73ghz

Thats what I do every few month, either get a free trial or bite the bullet and pay for a month, download all the music I want remove the DRM. Quality is good as it's all done digitally, yeah it records the sound as it reads it, I done 200+ tracks the other night in about 40 mins. Just leave my computer alone whilst it's doing it.
#12
forget paying go down the torrent route.
#13
I do, but it's alot easier and quicker to get tracks this way.
#14
i also put my vote forward for torrents, but won't go into anymore detail, else i may get the polizei at my door

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