Mobile websites to download music

Internet issues, Smartphones

  • Helena
  • 25 Jun 2012
  • 7 comment

Everybody loves music, and with most internet users today accessing the net through their mobile devices, phones or tablets are the preferred way of downloading for most of them. Here is a list of the best music download websites you can find today that are compatible with mobile devices:


itunesiTunes is the default media manager for Apple devices. It has the biggest media library available, and besides downloading media to your mobile device, they provide DRM-free tracks.

Support: iPhone, iPad
Titles: 8 million
Average price per song: $0.99
Subscription: No
Free tracks: No
Radio: Yes


napsterNapster started the P2P revolution back in the 90s. Today, it has come back to provide a very thorough music download service, and although it was subscription-only at first, they offer unrestricted mp3 tracks individually now.

Support: apps for iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Phone 7
Titles: 7 million
Average price per song: $0.99
Subscription: $12.95
Free tracks: No
Radio: Yes

Amazon Mp3

amazon mp3Amazon offers the most competitive prices, with some tracks priced $0.88 and even $0.78, and few albums costing more than $8.99. They are DRM-free and were the first ones to sign deals with all four major music labels.

Support: App for Android
Titles: 6 million
Average price per song: $0.79 to $0.99
Subscription: No
Free tracks: No
Radio: No


rhapsodyAlthough Rhapsody’s subscription service offered digital rights management and tracks didn’t work if you cancelled the subscription, it now offers free-DRM tracks through its store. It recently joined Napster, but still functions separately.

Support: App for iPhone, Android, BlackBerr, Windows Phone 7 and Android tablets
Titles: 5 million
Average price per song: $0.99
Subscription: $12.99
Free tracks: Yes
Radio: Yes


zuneAlthough it offers a wide selection of music, its independent music offer could be improved, with most of it being mainstream, and only 20% is DRM-free. Also, DRM-free tracks cost more than the average DRM track.

Support: Windows Phone 7
Titles: 5 million
Average price per song: $0.98 / 79 points
Subscription: $14.99
Free tracks: Yes
Radio: Yes

Source: Top Ten Reviews

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  1. reeve_rs 25/06/2012 at 23:10:16 Responder

    What about free websites?

  2. music 26/06/2012 at 04:26:26 Responder

    thanks, but these are paid site

    • Aileen 08/03/2013 at 03:16:41 Responder

      Yes but they aren’t too expensive. I use Zunbe and I’m really happy with it.

  3. Tuvia 30/04/2013 at 02:46:30 Responder

    I just stick to itunes

  4. Boleslav 16/08/2013 at 02:47:58 Responder

    I like Rhapsody the most.

  5. Katsuro L. 30/09/2013 at 07:46:05 Responder

    1 dollar is too much for a song.

  6. Ross L. 30/10/2013 at 02:33:32 Responder

    What about Spotify?

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