From Soya Software:
HiFijack is our nimble little application that provides possibly the easiest available way to download free music. Type in a song name, hit search, check the preview, then hit the iTunes button to download and add the MP3 to iTunes! Or if you want multiple songs from an album, type the artist and album name, then click through the results to download different tracks!
- Accurate search results you can flick through with the left/right buttons.
- Instant audio preview of the current result.
- One-click download and iTunes import, with no clutter left behind.
- It's tiny, quick and free!
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All versions:3.1 stars
out of 8 votes
Current version:1.0 stars
out of 1 votes
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