Download & Stream Music
Freegal is a music service provided by the Palm Beach County Public Library. The collection has music from over 10,000 labels with music from over 60 countries.
Each Palm Beach County Library System card holder can stream up to five hours of music a day and download and keep five music tracks per week. There is no software to download, there are no digital rights management (DRM) restrictions, and the songs you download never expire. Once downloaded, the music tracks are yours to keep and use as you wish.
Freegal also offers Mobile Apps. If you have an Apple device (iPhone/iPad/iTouch), you will be able to download the Freegal App by doing a search for Freegal Music in the App Store. If you have an Android phone or tablet, search for Freegal Music in the Google Play store.
Frequently Asked Questions
Note: Anytime you click on the Download Now link, even if you decide to cancel, the download will count towards your weekly allotment.
Recent Downloads, found at the top right corner, shows the songs that you have downloaded in the past. Here you have the ability to re-download a previously downloaded song up to two more times within 2 weeks from the original download for reinstall purposes, in case your connection timed out, or if you would like to download the track to another computer or device. Once you have downloaded a song twice from the Recent Downloads page, the song title will disappear from your list.
If you have an Android phone or tablet, search for Freegal Music in the Google Play store.
As of this writing, Amazon and Barnes & Noble have not made the apps available in their stores.