software after the dead of Limewire

United States
November 7, 2010 12:57pm CST
Not long ago, Limewire was ordered by circuit court to cease its operation and distribution of copyrighted content to its members and users. So, what will be the next one and which one will be replace limewire online for those mp3 lovers? Maybe consider about mp3rocket, a free download software might also offer the similar function, and you can get more music from it and share it online too. What about kazaa lite and other apps online that is aimed to be p2p? What is your suggestion?
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• Philippines
9 Nov 10
The producers of limewire released another similar software called frostwire. It has almost the same functions. They're only different in their generated user interface or gui. You won't have to learn your way around it.
@doggieMJ (55)
• United States
8 Nov 10
RIP limewire. that's all i can say.
@HADDOWZ (1481)
7 Nov 10
Hi kingparker, I have been using BitComet for over a year now and it works great and its free. But like all sites like these you need to be very wary of downloading trojans, viruses etc. Limewire was bad for doing that. Give it a try and see what you think www.bitcomet.com BitComet is a BitTorrent/HTTP/FTP download client! BitComet is a BitTorrent/HTTP/FTP download management software, which is powerful, fast, very easy-to-use, and completely FREE. The advanced features it contains can accelerate your downloading speed up to 5 - 10 times faster, or even more.
• Philippines
7 Nov 10
Ever heard of Emule? How about BearShare? These are also a peer-to-peer software sharing software computer programs. Also, When it comes to music, I personally choose BearShare... I looked here and found so many things to download. Yes, Limewire was ordered to close but I believe software will still be reaching in all parts of the globe since there are other softwares who are always around. I am not a fan and user of Limewire, though I have tried it sometime some year ago but I do not like it. I prefer using Emule and BearShare and if you want to try these softwares, just look it on the internet, it is easily accessed and downloaded. It can give you some worthy things to try and use. For the moment, I stopped using peer-to-peer software computer programs, not needed it for a while that's why I temporarily not using it.