Download DRM-Free Music on Your Android Phone with Mewbox


Music download service Mewbox was recently launched for Android smart phones and the Android-powered Archos 5 Internet Tablet. Mewbox is offering around 4 million tracks from over 23,000 labels. All music available via this service is DRM-free, meaning you can move it to and from whatever device you like.

3-150x150As of this moment, you cannot download Mewbox from the Android Market – users must download it from their site. Having downloaded the application on my own, I can tell you that the user interface is extremely attractive and very slick.  I should also note that the site includes a very thorough set of directions on how to use the application which I found to be very useful.

Source: via  AndroidAndMe

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    • Stephen Tenerowicz
      December 10, 17:27 Reply

      Mewbox is biling themselves as "The World's First Android Music Store" which must offend Amazon, but then I thought about it, and realized Amazon is not allowed in many over seas markets. Mewbox is available to the "whole world."

  1. Miguel
    December 10, 18:05 Reply

    I was going to say… you make no mention of Amazon as a point of comparison. How about price of tracks and albums etc?

  2. ironosity
    December 10, 18:34 Reply

    meh…I tried it. Don't like it. The interface is pretty enough, but only works in landscape mode. Moreover the tracks cost 1.19 punds….or $1.93. I'll stick to's $.99 drm music and IMO easier to use interface.

  3. droidin
    December 11, 07:03 Reply

    Pretentious but poorly designed interface. My first search (Mungo Jerry) ended up with NullPointerException – good bye…

  4. Jonny
    December 11, 10:39 Reply

    I got an error trying to search, too, so I can't even tell if they have music I like.

  5. Wonderful website. A lot of useful information here. I am
    sending it to several buddies ans additionally sharing in delicious.
    And obviously, thanks in your effort!

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