This size of this software is ridiculous at 221.5MBytes required to install, as seen during the install wizard. My review is that this AnyMusic MP3 Downloader comes from a seeming reputable and capable publisher, called, AmoyShare. They have mp3 and video download software. But upon installation, the space required is 221.5 MBytes? This is crazy. I see loads scrolling of all files being installed. But the install is very fast, and my hard drive free space is still about the same, maybe 30Mb less. Windows Uninstall settings do not report the size of the software installed like most programs. So perhaps this software is suspicious and not conforming to Windows standards. The GUI looks modern and almost looks more like iTunes than a Windows utility.
It also displays an annoying ribbon of daily quotes with weird depressing pictures, which I don't like. The free version comes with 5 free downloads, and then to buy it looks like I still need to create a username with an email. It's very confusing software and seems to only have 3 main choices: Music, Video, and Downloading. The Music section is confusing because I click the Open folder, and it takes mine to Windows Explorer. Then if I select music as the folder, the normal windows Music folder, C:\Users\....\AppData\Local\AnyMusic\storage\music, it does nothing, just open Windows Explorer. I cannot drag or drop. I'm confused about this software. I click back to HOME and find playlists, Indie Yoga. This looks interesting, and the playlist includes big names, Lena Del Rey, Bon Iver, Massive Attack.
It's nice that it shows the duration of each song, but it also looks like these are Videos. The free version only allows 128K bit rate downloads, compared with Pro choices of 320k or 192k. And it works, Though it was a video, it downloaded an MP3 file, Lana Del Rey - Blue Jeans (Official Music Video).mp3. Odd, but the mp3 files do not have it Details TAB filled out, with Artist name, Album and Year, as amazon mp3 files do. Amazon has a 290K bit rate. But for free, this is pretty cool. The details of the publisher on the install file for this software are blank also. Seems weird. I can also download videos with this MP3 free trial, so the name is confusing. It's a video of a Moby song, but only in 696x480, so it's not that big on my monitor, but it seems big enough for a bedroom desktop.
Overall, this is allowing me to get very mainstream music for free, but low-quality formats.
Download mainstream popular music for free but limited to 5 downloads.
The software publisher is missing some basic information, like the basic artist name and album name of the mp3 files.