TuneSeeker
TuneSeeker
1.4

5.0

TuneSeeker free download for Mac

TuneSeeker1.4

28 December 2011

Access to your favorite media on the web.

Overview

TuneSeeker gives you quick access to all the links of your favorite tunes on the web. With a simple search you may find albums, single songs or audios, tv-shows, apps and much more.

What's new in TuneSeeker

Version 1.4:
  • UI bug fixes for Snow Leopard
  • improved search speed
  • now showing more search results

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How would you rate TuneSeeker app?

3 Reviews of TuneSeeker

Chas-m
13 August 2011
Version: 1.1

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Let me make this simple for some of you that appear to be confused: Downloading copyrighted files OF ANY KIND without the owner's permission and without payment IS ILLEGAL. Period. End of story. If you want to buy music and other media legally, there's plenty of options and plenty of price points. Sometimes, bands and others deliberately make their songs available as downloads for free, but they do this themselves, on their web site, not on places like RapidShare and MediaFire. The files on those sites are not legal. Use of this program exposes you to potential RIAA/MPAA lawsuits. While the risk is probably low, the cost for you unlucky ones will be in the thousands, and that's even if you are completely innocent. Is it worth the risk? That's a question only you can decide. I'm just giving you the facts.
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SickTeddyBear
26 December 2011
Version: 1.3
"Is this legal?" The application itself is perfectly legal. It's not a host for any content, all it's doing is pointing you to content, which is the same thing that Google does. With that said, I'll state the obvious, this program doesn't do anything that you can't do with Google or one of several specialized search engines.
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Chas-m
13 August 2011
Version: 1.1
Let me make this simple for some of you that appear to be confused: Downloading copyrighted files OF ANY KIND without the owner's permission and without payment IS ILLEGAL. Period. End of story. If you want to buy music and other media legally, there's plenty of options and plenty of price points. Sometimes, bands and others deliberately make their songs available as downloads for free, but they do this themselves, on their web site, not on places like RapidShare and MediaFire. The files on those sites are not legal. Use of this program exposes you to potential RIAA/MPAA lawsuits. While the risk is probably low, the cost for you unlucky ones will be in the thousands, and that's even if you are completely innocent. Is it worth the risk? That's a question only you can decide. I'm just giving you the facts.
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Jb4
13 August 2011
Version: 1.1
Wow! Is this legal? In minutes I found music I have wanted for years and had it downloaded and integrated into my iTunes library..
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