Music Pirates Find Download Tools On Microsoft's Windows Phone 8

Music Pirates Find Download Tools On Microsoft's Windows Phone 8

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New As on Google's Android and Apple's iOS, a number of apps allowing users to download free and copyrighted music have cropped up on Microsoft's Windows Phone. Windows Phone apps including Audiotica, Music And Ringtones Downloader and Sky Music all allow users to download music - including, it should be said, legally...
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