FourFour Two’s free music suite is now available for Android and iOS users
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Free music software developer FourFourOne has announced it has announced the release of its free music app FourFour One.
Launching today on the Play Store, the free music service allows users to listen to and stream music from their own personal collection of music.
Users can use the service to search for free music, download music and download music in different formats, among other things.
The new app allows users in Australia, United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand to search, download and stream the music they like.
Users will also be able to create their own music library, share it with friends, or download it to their devices.
Users in the United States can access the service by searching for “4Four One Free Music App” and selecting “Free Music”.
The service is also available in the U.K., Canada, Australia, Germany, Italy, France, Brazil, Israel, Poland, Spain and the United Arab Emirates.4FourOne is available for iOS, Android, Kindle Fire, Kindle Nook, Apple TV, Apple Watch, Amazon Fire TV and more.
Free music app for Android users
Free music software developer FourFourOne has announced it has announced the release of its free music app FourFour One.Launching today…
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