There's nothing worse than finding a favorite song on Simfy but unable to download it for collection. (We've all been there.) But before you vow to quickly find out a good solution by directly searching in the search engines or posting questions on a lot of forums, check out the desk software below, which may be the easiest way to accomplish your goals.
Wondershare Streaming Audio Recorder can download any music from Simfy as long as there is sound coming from your computer. The output file will all be MP3 which eases your worry about the format incompatibility problem.
Another good part is that this program allows you to create ringtones with different tracks, which can make your phone rings an ear candy to all. What's even better is that it automatically downloads the ID3 information for each song so you can manage your music library easily.
1 Download and install Streaming Audio Recorder
Click the Download icon above and get this program installed. Note that there are two versions working in a similar manner and we will mainly talk about the windows version in this article.
2 Download Simfy songs
Open the program and you need to press the Record button in the upper left corner first. Then open Simfy website to play music you like. When there is sound coming from the computer, the program will get it recorded.
You can play Simfy songs continuously and they can be downloaded in the same way. What you need to do is to maintain a good internet connection and get rid of any other sound in your computer.
3 Transfer Simfy music to iTunes
After the Simfy music is downloaded, go to the Library tab to select them and click the Add to iTunes button to send Simfy music to iTunes. And a new playlist named SAR will be created on iTunes to display all the songs.
To find where the Simfy songs are stored locally, right-click on the selected songs and choose Open in Folder to locate them on your computer.
Above is all about downloading Simfy music and along the way, ID3 information, like song details and album details, is also downloaded. You can also edit the information by right-clicking the songs in the Library tab and selecting View Detail in the pop-up menu. Then you can add any information in the right column that will prompt. As for creating ringtones, you only need to click the Ring icon and trim any part in the prompting bitmap on the bottom to save. Can't wait to have a try? Download the program below and give it a go.