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  • 2.0 stars

    "not sure what there definition of free is?"

    May 7, 2012  |   By Derty_Ernie


    Its ok and you can drag and drop songs if you play with it. Here's my deal. Swear I downloaded FREE version but while doing it they ask if you want player and other products - those are not free. For some reason after 14 days they wanted me to buy it and I questioned how it got from Free to pay for.


    Its ok is all. If you buy all the components you'll spend over $100.
    ONE BIGGY - company is in Australia so you would be giving credit card info to someone out of the country. Good luck with that. I'm not doing it.


    Find something else

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