Songza stands out in the market of streaming music services with its expertly crafted playlists and great Concierge feature. The concierge provides up to 6 situations for users to pick, including “Waking Up”, “Working Out” and more, in which you can choose any mood to filter the playlists of songs. Songza can also recommend music as per your preferences, which may make it the most understanding music service. By the way, all the contents are for free streaming but for ad-free contents, you need to pay for a subscription.
One disappointing news may be that it doesn’t support downloading and if you want to save the songs, you need to buy them in Amazon first. Is there a way to download music from Songza for free and without any limitations for playback? Yes, there is. Wondershare Streaming Audio Recorder excels in downloading songs from Songza to MP3 files without quality loss. It also gives you the ability to create ringtones and edit ID3 information. Let’s check the detailed tutorial below.
1 Install Songza downloader
Click the Download icon to get this program on your computer. After that, install and launch the program to get familiar with its windows. You will find a big Record button in the top left corner of the primary window. Press the button to get ready.
2 Download songs from Songza
Open Songza.com in any browser and get access to music you love. As long as you play the music, the downloader can detect the sound and get it down to your computer.
What’s worth noting here is to have a good internet connection. Only in that way can you get complete MP3 files. Keep playing songs and this program will keep downloading them to separate files.
3 Transfer to iTunes
Many of you may be willing to import music to portable devices in order to listen on the go. That’s as easy as pie with this program. Select songs in the Library and click Add to iTunes button. Then all music can be found on iTunes from which you can sync to any iDevice.
For creating ringtones, just click the bell icon near the song and select a part in the bitmap that will prompt. You can save the part as MP3 to put into any devices and as M4R to fit the iPhone. If you want to add more information to the song, you can edit in the right column that will show up after right-clicking the song and selecting View Detail. All the fancy features are what you can get from the program. Why not have them right now?