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Listen to Music Without a DRM Tether

Saturday, August 26, 2006

I love Yahoo Music. You just can't beat the deal - unlimited music for a fixed price each month.

The problem is that my Samsung YP-F1 MP3 player isn't one of their supported devices. So there's no way for me to listen to music (that I've paid a monthly fee for) without pulling out my laptop, which isn't very practical when I'm working out at the health club.

Until now.

TuneBite really works! Tunebite lets you record copy-protected music, audio books and video clips in WMA, M4P, AAC, M4B and MP4 formats by playing them and save them as unprotected MP3, OGG, WMA, WMV or MPEG4 files you can use anywhere! I was very skeptical at first, but I'm able to listen to WMA music files on my non-network attached MP3 player now.

You literally just point it at a directory (it will recurse) of music files and it creates a directory of "unlocked" files of your choice. It's not a crack -- it's playing the song internally (at a much faster speed) and recording it to a different format.

For a mere $27.08 USD (depending upon the current exchange rate) you can't beat it. You'll be installed within a few minutes of clicking the purchase button. To load my MP3 player, I just set the output directory of TuneBite to my MP3 player.


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