ThreeTen
ThreeTen
0.3

3.8

ThreeTen free download for Mac

ThreeTen

0.3
17 January 2005

Downloads music from allfomp3.com

Overview

ThreeTen easily downloads music from allofmp3.com, directly to your Mac, and right into iTunes.

What's new in ThreeTen

Version 0.3:
  • Simultaneous downloads
  • Download history
  • Account balance details
  • Dock icon badging
  • Numerous bug fixes and performance enhancements

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Joe
03 January 2005

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I double click on the app and nothing happens. It flashes in the doc and just disappears. Nothing. Since I'm a developer I won't rate this program until I see it work.
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Version 0.2
Langley
12 November 2005
Please update this to work with Tiger!!!
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Version 0.3
Anonymous
22 October 2005
Developer says he's working on a new version. We are saved!
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Version 0.3
Anonymous
13 October 2005
This program seems like such a good idea but it mangles about a quarter of the files it downloads--iTunes will abruptly stop playing them in the last third or so, and it turns out the data simply isn't there. I hope this gets updated, because AOMP3's own Mac software is Java-based and mindblowingly slow.
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Version 0.3
Anonymous
19 August 2005
Now that AOMP3 have updated their site I cannot download anything with ThreeTen 0.3. When I try to drag the link for an album to the ThreeTen download box, nothing happens. I wrote to AOMP3 Tech support and they suggested downloading Explorer for Mac. I am quite used to ThreeTen now and like its simplicity. Any ideas or suggestions?
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Version 0.3
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Anonymous
Anonymous
14 November 2005
cannot update my account or use threeten to assist with my aomp3 downloads.
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Version 0.3
Anonymous
10 August 2005
I'm having the same problem but I don't understand your comments. Where do you drag the link? This a great little programme and I hope the developer updates it. I miss it!!
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Version 0.3
1 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
11 August 2005
That reply was made in Feb this year, allofmp3.com has recently changed their site design again, and threeten is unable to get the track listing from allofmp3.com site. dragging an album/artist link to the threeten window usually starts the download process
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Version 0.3
Anonymous
20 February 2005
Looks like AllOfMP3 have changed the way the 'all links' on the downloads page works - ThreeTen doesn't seem to read it any more. Easy work around - just grab the link for each individual album onto the list, but as I tend to grab tracks from all over, rather than whole albums it's a pain. Apart from that - it works great. I thought I didn't like the fact it added a playlist but it's good to categorise what's just been downloaded without having to hunt for it. Would be great if it could log in and collect any waiting links for me automatically to avoid the whole drag'n'drop but it's no real hardship !
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Version 0.3
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Anonymous
Anonymous
10 August 2005
I'm having the same problem but I don't understand your comments. Where do you drag the link? This a great little programme and I hope the developer updates it. I miss it!!
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Version 0.3
Anonymous
20 February 2005
This is great when it works but i get the downloads dissapearing problem as well. To me (and i could be wrong) is that the problem is files are downloading ok but they're not getting added to itunes but threetunes is still 'deleting after import'. as such it looks like the files aren't being downloaded at all. any ideas if i'm close?
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Version 0.3
Anonymous
07 February 2005
This works very well apart from a few odd quirks - the most important flaw (which I've requested the developer fix soon) is that the app doesn't check to see if the chosen download folder exists before commencing download. So for the moment, it's up to you to make certain that the folder it's pointing to in its prefs exists and has write permission, or you'll lose any downloaded files. And it's generally wiser to avoid having d/l apps use the desktop, I've found, as there seem to be more ways in which d/ling to the desktop can screw up the Finder and other things.
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Version 0.3
Anonymous
18 January 2005
It did crash on me once, but otherwise works on my G4/Panther. Sure beats saving each song by hand! Thank you!
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Version 0.3
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dada
dada
24 August 2005
it doesn't work: after dropping the link from allofmp3, I get an endless "getting track listing..." message. Furthermore, neither the online forum nor the email link to the author seem to work/exist.
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Version 0.3
Anonymous
18 January 2005
Same thing. Downloaded to a black hole apparently.
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Version 0.3