You Can Download Music for Free With Your Brampton Library Card
It’s no secret that a Brampton Library card is a major key in our city.
A Brampton Library card can get you free access to a ton of goodies, including free eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines and eNewspapers, and even lynda.com, a goldmine for instructional videos by experts.
You can even get access to 3D printers using your incredible library card! And, you can take out a GoPro.
Just one more cool thing you can do with the superpower that is having a library card is…
…download music for free!
Downloading music can take a toll on your wallet, so if you’re looking for a way to do it for free, Brampton Library has got you covered.
Well, the Freegal Music app allows you to use your Brampton Library card number to download a few tracks per week.
Five, to be exact.
That’s right, a Brampton Library cardholder can download up to five music tracks per week - that adds up, especially when you’re looking to freshen up your playlist.
The tracks are standard MP3s, and the platform boasts tens of thousands of popular artists in hundreds of musical genres.
New tracks from JLo, Pharrell, Calvin Harris, and even Childish Gambino are available via Freegal.
All of the files are unlocked so you can also transfer them between your devices without restriction, and you can save your music to iTunes or Windows Media Player.
After you download the Freegal app from the Apple store or the Play store, here’s what you need to do to get the free tunes:
- Once installed, enter your city or postal code and choose Brampton Library from the list of libraries.
- Enter your library card number and PIN.
- Browse, search, and download music directly to your mobile device. You can download up to 5 tracks per week.
It’s literally as easy as one, two, three.
For more info, click here.
Photo courtesy of Brampton Library on Facebook
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