Build Your Music Library with Free Downloads from Freegal

Build your personal music library using SPPL's Freegal service. All you need is your library card!

The Freegal collection contains more than 9 million songs from thousands of record labels, including Sony Music Entertainment and independent labels. The collection spans just about every genre of music you can think of, from classical and jazz to rap, rock, pop, country,  and children's music.

You can download up to 5 songs per week, using your library card.

Videos, too!

But wait, there's more! The Freegal collection also contains music videos that you can download and keep. Downloading a video counts as 2 songs.

To get started, visit the SPPL Freegal collection and log in using your library card number and PIN/password.

E-mail Notifications and Your Wishlist

Sometimes you can use up your 5 songs per week pretty quickly. Other weeks, you might forget that you still have downloads awaiting you. Either way, Freegal has got you covered!

You can add songs to your wishlist by clicking the star icon next to the download icon. These will be saved for you under the "Wishlist" menu item so can download them later.

You can sign up for e-mail notifications, too, be reminded when a new download week starts and mid-week with the number of downloads you have remaining. To add your email address, click the three stacked dots icon to go to your settings, and then click "Notifications".

Apps

Freegal apps are available for iOS and Android devices. Downloaded music tracks will play directly in the Freegal app. Please see Freegal's FAQs for information about transferring music from the app to your computer.

Tutorial

Visit our Freegal collection to get started right away. Or, if you would like some more details, watch this brief tutorial on getting started with Freegal.

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