Where to Find Free Music for iPod

Sure, iPods are wonderful and will hold a ton of music for you, but who has the money to buy all that music? When you want to fill up your iPod with all of your favorite artists and songs, and maybe even some that you’ve never heard of before, then you need to know where to find free music for your iPod.

First, mark every Tuesday on your calendar and then head on over to iTunes on a weekly basis. iTunes always has some album, artist or song featured and are offering them free. It’s also on this freebies page that you’ll find many of th discounts that iTunes is offering for that week.

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Of course, another place that people turn to are websites such as Limewire (its not work for now) that offer free music sharing services. While this is a great way to get lots of free music, and to get it quickly, it’s also a great way to put viruses onto your machine. These websites do just allow for the exchange of files. So if someone has put a virus into a file marked as the name of your favorite song, that’s just a chance you’re going to have to take.

Going onto the artist’s MySpace page or official website can also often be a great way to find free music for your iPod. Often artists will offer deals and promotions to dedicated fans, so checking back every so often can be a great way to make sure that you’re one of the first to have the most cutting-edge music.

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Amazon.com, while being a great place to shop, is also a great place to get free music for ipod touch. If you head on over to Amazon and then find their Download Page, you’ll see a list of free giveaways and promotions that they will also currently have going.

When you want to fill up your playlists and your library with some great music, but you don’t have the money to afford it (who does?!) there are many great, legal places where you can find free music for your iPod. They’re all online, and you just have to know where to look!

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