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    Free Windows

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    BeeMP3

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    Freemium Mac Windows

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    Free Windows

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Pymaxe Comments

Does it really work under Windows?

Comment by Jalobera
about Pymaxe · Jun 2017 · Helpful Not helpful

Some sources seem to work when searching for songs but I cant get it to download the songs, just play them with the internal player.

I'm using Windows 8.1 and the download paths looks a bit weird. Instead of using "" between the folder paths it's using "/". That's what's used in Linux I think, that's probably why it isn't working for me.

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