Last edited by AlphaDroid; 03-12-2010 at 12:09 PM.
I'm not saying that it's right or wrong, the op referred to free music so I addressed an app that's in the market designed specifically for android phones. All the emulator apps do something very similar on the morality front in that you technically should not run roms that you didn't purchase. The emulators usually don't give you a direct link to the roms like imusic or music junk but they essentially do the same thing.
Sorry if I hijacked this thread and sorry if it came across that I am promoting stealing or breaking the law.
I just read Napster, 1999-2001, on Wikipedia. Looks like they were sued out of business for illegal file sharing.
Is the way it works, if one company closes due to a lawsuit, another company pops up doing the same thing, just a different name and this process keeps repeating itself...?
My personal opinion is that $1 or $8 for an album is way too much for a song. I was hoping music would be free or like a penney per song. Something affordable.
Here is the Wikipedia link re Napster: Napster - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Simplify your life.... Like somebody else said go on Craigslist or Wal-Mart, (Costco also has the greatest return policy in the world LMAO).... How much did you pay for your Droid? I am sure you can find a good used computer on craigslist for around the same price.
Some of these questions almost seem to interrogative.... Almost like you are looking for somebody to say, "YES!!!!! look at me I do steal music from the internet!!!!!!" If they do to each their own LoL....
About imusic and and those apps... Do a quick search in the market for them. It does say FREE or it does have a price. It took you just as long to ask the question as it would have taken you to search the market.
GOOD LUCK with your quest!!!!!!!!
Ack looked in the market for imusic and found nothing. Same for musicjunk. Does anyone know if these Apps are not available anymore? Or am I totally just doing it wrong?