MP3 Music Search Engine is a simple tool for searching and sorting MP3 music, over one million tracks, updated daily. The main purpose of this app is to organize music so you can easily find the exact song you’re looking for. If you’re looking for a specific song you can’t remember the name of, this is the app for you. You can view tracks in different categories or search by artist, title, record label, or genre.
MP3 Music Search Engine App
Why use this app?
Search and sort music by:
MP3 Music Search Engine app
Tips and Tricks:
If you’re looking for an artist or song, type in the name and you’ll be shown a list of all of the tracks by that artist.
To add a new artist, click the add button in the bottom right.
You can sort songs by clicking the column headings or you can set the order of the columns on the Settings page.
To see more songs by the same artist, you can click the More button at the bottom of the list.
All of the music on your phone will automatically be added to this search engine. This helps you find music that you can add to your phone without syncing all the music to your computer first.
If you have some of the artist’s songs already on your phone, they’ll be shown here.
You can add music to your phone by adding songs to your computer, dragging and dropping them into the playlist on your phone, or syncing them by clicking the USB icon in iTunes.
Here’s a quick way to find a song:
Type in a song title or artist name into the search field.
Press the search button.
If you’ve added the artist to your phone, you’ll see all of their songs here. If you’ve added the song to your phone, you’ll see it in your library.
Click any song in the list to preview it.
This search engine will help you quickly find all of the music on your phone. In addition, you can easily add songs to your phone. Once you’ve found the song you like, click the add button and it will be added to your library or playlist.
Sometimes you’ll want to search by just a few details, and MP3 Music Search Engine is the perfect app for eea19f52d2
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