100% Free MP3 Downloads
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Never pay for music again!!!
  • Over 3 Million free songs!
  • No monthly subscriptions or deceptive gimmicks!
  • Download the latest hits and transfer to your iPod or any compatible device!

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Compatible with: Microsoft Windows 8/7/Vista/XP

Release Information

Version: 1.1

Release Date: 1-7-2014

Introduction

Music Chow is a free desktop music search engine designed for music lovers who want to discover and download free music. Music Chow crawls music related websites searching for keywords associated with files you request, and then return the results in real-time. Music Chow is easy to use and if you can use a search engine you can use Music Chow. Music Chow is 100% free to use and we never ask you to submit your email address or personal information unlike other so-called "free" services!

Whats New?
  • Artist Top List
  • New Music Player
  • Multi-Language Support
Features
  • 100% Free!
  • Full HD audio!
  • Easy to use!
  • Built In Music Player!
  • No spyware, malware, or viruses!
  • Search millions of available audio files!
  • You never have to share your personal info!
System Requirements
  • Intel or AMD processor
  • Microsoft Windows 8/7/Vista/XP
  • 128MB of RAM (256MB recommended)
  • 10MB of available hard-disk space
  • Sound card
  • Internet connection required
Disclaimer

When searching using the Music Chow client our software searches publicly available content from the internet in real-time. We do not host digital audio files nor do we index websites that provide digital audio files. We do not have any affiliation with the websites that provide the downloadable content, and we have no way to determine the copyrights of the audio files. Music Chow has no way to distinguish asserted copyright rights unless they are attached to the content files. There is no presumption of ownership or presumed rights to content. Music Chow cannot distinguish between authorized and unauthorized media. Music Chow's search algorithms do not "look" at files that match the user's description of what he/she seeks, but instead searches textual tags that accompany the media.