Musgle Makes Search Music Downloads and File Downloads Dead Simple on Google

Hey we never told you that Google was only restricted to searching for information. With the wealth of information the beast has, it can be used to practically search anything.

Musgle: Google Music Search

Google has several special search operators which can be used to search for files, music files, video files and more which are hosted across the web. Now, remembering all those search operators is a tough thing to do for anyone including a geek. But it is useful yea. So how to you combine usefulness with easy?

Google Music Search

With Musgle, a search engine dedicated for music search, which can be also used for searching music or MP3 downloads on Google. Well, if you think that it is useless, take a look at this;

I wanted to search for "some kinda music" on Google, but only downloads. I went to Musgle and typed in the query and it converted it to this:

 some kinda music -inurl:(htm|html|php|pls|txt) intitle:index.of "last modified" (wma|mp3) -"index-of-mp3" -vmp3 -shexy -pickbrains -kaboodle -mp3gle -ihackr -indexofmp3 -blogspot -franceradio -insanbilimleri -"english-4-free" -audiozen -hyooge -"game-freaks"

Now as you can see, that is quite a complicated query which is even beyond me, so having a regular user type it would definitely be out of the question. This is why Musgle is a dead simple music search assistant for Google. Go ahead and give it a try.

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Techie Buzz Verdict


If you want to make your life easy while searching for MP3 downloads or music files, go use Musgle. There is nothing that will make your life more simpler.

Ratings: 4.5/5 (Excellent and Dead Simple)

P.S. I cannot vouch for the legality of downloading music files from Google this way. So catch up with your attorney or learn the copyright laws in your country before downloading anything to your computer.

(via Old School Chum Himen)

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