1. wsoftvn's Avatar
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    If you are a fan of live music streaming like Pandora or Spotify and you want to listen offline without any limitation, LiMR - Live Music Recorder exactly fits your needs. LiMR records all the sound samples right before they are rendered to the speaker, hence it saves the song you are hearing without any quality loss. With LiMR you can record unlimited number of songs from your favorite live streaming service and enjoy them later. Besides, LiMR help you to replay your live streams to any DLNA-Enabled devices like smart TV, DLNA speakers. The main features of LiMR are listed below:
    • Record songs (you have to play the steam actually and record with LiMR. Plug a headphone if you don't want to listen)
    • Replay any streams to your DLNA-enabled devices like smart-TV
    • Make playlists and manage your recorded songs
    • Save recorded songs to your device's library


    LiMR is FREE. Get it here.
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    07-08-2016 11:26 PM
  2. Chintan Gohel's Avatar
    can we see where the files recorded are stored? Or is that locked down?
    07-09-2016 12:58 AM
  3. wsoftvn's Avatar
    Drop the hamburger menu down and select "Songs" you will see a list of recorded songs. Tap on "..." menu to save it to your Phone/PC's music library if you want, otherwise you can listen to the song with the LiMR app.
    07-09-2016 02:35 AM
  4. Chintan Gohel's Avatar
    Drop the hamburger menu down and select "Songs" you will see a list of recorded songs. Tap on "..." menu to save it to your Phone/PC's music library if you want, otherwise you can listen to the song with the LiMR app.
    so if you can do that, would it be legal to do it? You could record all the songs you want and then keep them on your devices and possibly share with your friends who would then not use a streaming service?

    I'm not familiar with music laws so I generally try to be pessimistic
    Laura Knotek likes this.
    07-09-2016 02:44 AM
  5. wsoftvn's Avatar
    If you don't share then it is legal because to record you have to pay the subscription fee already. Just like these cases:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sony_C...y_Studios,_Inc.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_shifting
    07-09-2016 03:04 AM

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