Apple iPhone serves as a great tool to enjoy your favorite music. The Cupertino company gives every iPhone owner a music library that houses their free songs or tracks purchased in iTunes Store. However, most of iTunes music tracks have their own price tag, meaning that you need to buy them first.
Fortunately, there are several iOS apps that allow you to download free music on your iPhone without even slashing some cash. In the section below, we have compiled a list of the best iPhone apps to download free music. Before we proceed, make sure you now have a modern version of iOS on your device.
Free Song Notifier
Apple regularly offers free music to its iPhone and iPad owners. To get free music from Apple, you need a helping hand from an app called Free Song Notifier. As the name implies, the app notifies iPhone or iPad owners about any free available songs.
Once you get the alert, you simply need to launch the app and download that free song from the app. If you want to keep up with the latest news from Apple, make sure you get the app now on the App Store (Free Song Notifier is completely free on the App Store).
FMA is one of the best music apps for your iPhone and iPad. The app offers a wide range of free and MP3 downloads, so you can enjoy your favorite tracks without paying some cash. FMA supports a number of music categories like Classical, Country, Hip-Hop, Old-Time/Historic, and Pop. One of the best things about FMA lies in the ability to share your favorite songs via social media like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Evermusic is one of the best music apps for your iPhone and iPad. Basically, Evermusic serves as a great music player that lets you download music from multiple sources like Google Drive, OneDrive, and Mega for offline listening. This comes in handy for those who live in areas with poor internet connection.
Evermusic is not just about downloading music for free, as it also allows you to stream music with support for a wide range of audio formats, including mp3, m4a, aac, and m4r.
SoundCloud is the leading music and audio streaming platform in the world. The service now allows users to access over 150 million songs and receive support from artists and musicians. Music tracks in SoundCloud cover a wide range of categories, including electronic, pop, rock, classical, jazz, podcasts, audiobooks, and even more.
SoundCloud is a free app, but you can choose to upgrade your account to the SoundCloud Go or Go + for $5,99 per month and $12,99 per month respectively. The app also allows you to download music on your device, so you can enjoy your music even without internet connection.
Spotify is the number one music app in the world, with more than 140 million active users. Spotify allows you to access over 30 million songs that cover different categories. Like SoundCloud, Spotify offers the options to upgrade your account, including Spotify Premium and Spotify Family (for $9, 99 per month and $19,99 per month respectively).
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