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Anyone know of an app where i can download music to it, and not having to use WIFI to listen to the music? I used to have iTube and that worked perfectly, until YouTube changed everything, and now i have PlayTube. However on this i cannot 'Cache' my music. If anyone knows an app for this that would be great, thank you
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You're an iOS user, I assume? If this isn't an iTunes purchase, it's surely just a matter of importing the MP3 (or other sound format) file into iTunes and then just synchronising with your phone.
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Spotify does this. If you pay for the premium version (I think it's £5 a month for a student) then you can sync your playlists to the phone so you can listen to the music offline. It's really good, I've completely done away with hard copies of music now.
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(Original post by bad_moose)
Spotify does this. If you pay for the premium version (I think it's £5 a month for a student) then you can sync your playlists to the phone so you can listen to the music offline. It's really good, I've completely done away with hard copies of music now.
Okay that's great thanks, I have been looking at getting spotify, it does seem like a reasonable price as well
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(Original post by Gerrard24)
Anyone know of an app where i can download music to it, and not having to use WIFI to listen to the music? I used to have iTube and that worked perfectly, until YouTube changed everything, and now i have PlayTube. However on this i cannot 'Cache' my music. If anyone knows an app for this that would be great, thank you
I used to use iTube too but then I moved to Spotify Premium, it's great totally recommend it and worth £5.

But when Premium runs out and I don't feel like paying I still use iTube. When they get pulled down from the store and you've uninstalled them, just log into your Apple ID, select Purchased and it'll still be there to redownload even if the apps have been pulled. I'm sure it's still in your purchase history if you want to download it.

I've been using the same Apple ID for years and loads of pulled apps from the App Store are still redownloadble for me like Flappy Bird and even MSN.
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I used to use iTube too but then I moved to Spotify Premium, it's great totally recommend it and worth £5.

But when Premium runs out and I don't feel like paying I still use iTube. When they get pulled down from the store and you've uninstalled them, just log into your Apple ID, select Purchased and it'll still be there to redownload even if the apps have been pulled. I'm sure it's still in your purchase history if you want to download it.

I've been using the same Apple ID for years and loads of pulled apps from the App Store are still redownloadble for me like Flappy Bird and even MSN.
Looks like I'll have to get Spotify Premium then :P

I still have flappy bird too, not MSN though! Haha, but iTube doesn't work anymore because YouTube updated their software and I can't search for new songs on iTube anymore 😩

Thanks for the help guys , just got my car so I needed a good source of music :P
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