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Friday, July 27, 2007

Download Free MP3s with SkreemR

One of the biggest missing pieces in Google is music search. While it is possible to limit your searches to audio files by using the filetype operator, not only is it inconvenient, but it's also hard to tell what the file actually contains.

This is where a new service called SkreemR steps in. It specifically lets you search for MP3 files and displays the metadata associated with them so you can tell whether you're downloading the latest Beyonce single or a Mozart symphony. You can find music by bitrate, length, artist, genre, and album in addition to title.

One neat SkreemR feature is the built-in music player that lets you preview a song before downloading it. It's also interesting that you can rate search results. This might come in handy for filtering out junk audio files.

Another music search engine that's worth a look is MP3Realm, which has mostly the same features, but a plainer interface.


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