After cancelling their free single of the week, the Cupertino-based giant just launched a new section in its digital storefront titled, Free on iTunes, offering a mix of complimentary MP3s and full-length TV shows.
Noisetrade offers downloads of the Hangout Music Fest Mixtape 2015 MP3 Album for free. That's the best deal we could find for this 23-track album, which features such artists as Knox Hamilton, Father John Misty, and Drive-By Truckers. (Many of these songs are at $1.29 at iTunes.)
No matter how busy life gets, it's important to stop and take time to nab the free stuff. To save you some time, we've taken the liberty of rounding up the week's best freebie deals. Rock out to Motley Crue's greatest hits, grab some froyo, and stream some NBA games — all for free!
Amazon discounts a large selection of MP3 albums to $5 each. That puts most well below what iTunes and Google Play charge. Choose from artists such as Tom Petty, Neil Diamond, Michael Jackson, and Elton John.
Although Apple hasn't confirmed it, it looks like the brand has quietly ended its free Single of the Week promotion in iTunes after an 11-year run. To help satisfy your free music fix, we've spotlighted a few alternatives that offer free (and legal) MP3 downloads.
Google Play offers downloads of its January Antenna 15-Track MP3 Sampler for free. (iTunes and Amazon charge 99 cents or more for most of these tracks.) It features songs from new artists such as Shakey Graves, Nude Beach, Ali Love, Extinction A.D., and more.