I have been keeping a record or every song I have ever loved listening to. Sure, our favorite tab for a particular song, changes with time but we still get back to the older playlists, sooner or later. But, that was an old thing. You no longer need to transfer songs from your computer to your current Android phone or tablet.
Remember the days of Limewire, torrents and popups, where you would painstakingly download song after song for hours onto your laptop, and then spend more time downloading them onto your phone? That’s all in the past now.
That’s because your Android device is compatible to download the songs from the internet on its own. Now, you have two ways left to do so. One is to open the website and find and download the MP3 files of your choice, or you can do the same thing using an application.
Using an application for doing this is a safe way comparing to using online websites. Because the websites which offers free download elements serves a lot of unwanted advertisements and pop-ups. I have never been a fan of all these unwanted things because they hurt the user experience.
In the case of the app, this is not possible as it can’t open the pop-ups. Surely there will be advertisements served within the application but they can be taken care of easily.