All of these three, enable you to search for any music you like and download it to your own computer. Oh, and they have another thing in common: They all transfer music from eSnips. I thought it would be a good time to pay eSnips a visit to see what’s going on there and was surprised to find the largest music-database I’ve ever seen. Not only you can find songs, but you can also find pictures, videos and any other media related to an artist..
I think eSnips is one of the first Web 2.0 application that I’ve tried, so I really respect them for their hard work – They really have an amazing community. Even if they’re not focusing just on music, it’s simply there, so you might as well enjoy it. Personally, I’d prefer to use them than other music search engines, but I still have some issues with their ‘must have window player’ in some places at the site. On the other hand, I was impressed that I could find songs that I didn’t even find at YouTube and was happy that I could search in my own language. (that’s important and none of the other services above offer). Moreover, it was very easy to create this playlist and share it here
Music at eSnips is all user generated content, and because eSnips actually giving a stage for young musicians and singers, they’ve recently changed their download policy at the site:
Up to now, audio files could be downloaded only when you were signed in. As of today, users who upload or already have a MP3 or WMA audio file in their folders can decide if it can be downloaded or not.
BTW, when I first wrote about SeekMp3, I really liked the service, but now this search engine drowning with ads. Ads are very legitimate of course, but at this site, it’s just disturbing.
Bottom-line I’m going to use eSnips more simply because I really like the way people sharing music there, and the way eSnips itself care about their community