Downloading is Fun with Tunesgo Music Downloader
If you are a music buff, then perhaps Tunesgo is something you would find spectacular. It can significantly inflate the size of your music collection by allowing you to discover, download and transfer music from almost anywhere on Internet and without having to worry about which device you are using. Multi format support makes music transfers from iTunes to Android, iPod to iTunes and PC to Mac easy. You will hardly require paying for anything else, once you have bought the Tunesgo subscription. In case, you want to download videos – that is also possible with Tunesgo.
Though it will take a bit of time to get used to the application, nothing seems to be out of place.
Once you have downloaded and installed the software, it will automatically familiarize you with various options and functions in the interface. The ability to record music from Radio stations is something listeners would appreciate as these stations have a large inventory wonderful songs, many of which are rare and it is easy to lose track of them if one doesn’t record them, the instant they are played. Tunesgo makes recording such songs easier. The recorded tracks appear in the “Recorded” section in Music Library. Apart from recording songs, one can also download videos from sites like YouTube and Vevo. The downloaded videos can be found inside the Music Library.
Compared to similar other softwares, Tunesgo makes transferring music seamless. The intuitive interface guides users to easily transfer files between devices. However, the software may try to connect to devices you are not aware of in your vicinity (in this case some LGE Nexus 4). Further, it might freak you a little when the software will ask you to tweak developer settings by visiting unfrequented alleys of your smartphone (it needs Developer Options and USB Debugging features turned ON for syncing with Android phones). However, once done, you can easily create backup of your music files and playlists on your PC or perform transfers to and from iTunes.
Interestingly, it also allows you to fix your musicfiles; you may create or replace album art, repair missing and inaccurate music tags or delete duplicated songs.While it looks more of a gimmick than anything else, the most impressive feature of Tunesgo is its music collection itself. You can visit www.tunesgo.com to check out its playlists and search music by genres and moods. Please note that the website allows only previews and songs can be downloaded or heard (completely) only when you get the paid subscription.
As stated throughout this review, it is a wonderful software which allows you to find and collect music of your interest from internet and manage/sync it across all your mobile devices. There are contenders in the market, but this is the latest (and perhaps the best) – try it now.