Record songs streamed via Spotify, Google Play Music or simply your headphones using this straightforward and reliable application
|Updated||April 19 2020|
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|Crack Size||36.4 MB|
|Systems||Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
There are several online sources that can come in handy when you want to listen to music while working on your PC, such as Spotify and Google Play Music.
Recordify is a nifty app that you can turn to whenever you want to record the songs you like best with as little effort as possible. This type of third-party apps is quite useful since the previously mentioned services do not provide an integrated way to save audio tracks on your PC.
The software solution comes with a straightforward interface that makes it accessible even to users without advanced computer skills.
To make the most of this application’s functions, you first need to choose the connection method that suits your necessities.
More precisely, you can connect the utility to Spotify or Google Play Music, assuming they are already running in the background. It goes without saying that your credentials are required to get these services started in the first place.
Alternatively, you can connect Recordify Crack to your headphones, so it captures the music you are listening to regardless of its source.
Starting and stopping the recording process can be achieved easily, by simply pressing the dedicated button. All the captured tracks can be later explored from the app’s UI as it offers you the possibility to open the folder where all the files are stored.
Depending on your preferences, you can save the recorded tracks as MP3 or FLAC files, then configure their quality settings to your liking.
All in all, Recordify is a reliable utility for all those who want to capture audio streams played on Spotify, Google Play Music or their PC speakers. The process is hassle-free, and the output formats can be selected with ease, even by novices.
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