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Reasons to Love Replay Media Catcher 6

In case you missed it, we released Replay Media Catcher 6 last month. We’ve gotten back awesome reviews, and wanted to share some of the favorite features of the new update.

  1. Expanded Media Guides: Now you can access pretty much any content that’s on the Web. From television to videos to full-length movies, Replay Media Catcher will seamlessly record the media so you can watch on  your computer or even transfer to another device for playback anytime, anywhere.
  2. Drag & Drop Downloading: We’ve made it easier than ever to “catch” the media you like with the movement of your computer mouse. One simple gesture and ta-da, you’re on your way to downloading.
  3. Convert All Kinds of Formats: Download from web sites with specific media protocols and convert to over 130 device and file formats.
  4. Powerful Audio Recorder.  Replay Media Catcher can record and convert audio from ANY web site or source, at high quality. AND, for music lovers, songs are split into separate tracks and tagged to include song title info.
  5. Faster, Stronger, Better: Overall, we’ve improved the performance of Replay Media Catcher for the best update yet.

We would love to hear your thoughts on the brand new Replay Media Catcher 6, so we’ve assembled a short customer survey. Please go ahead and fill it out — tell us what you think!

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If you have additional questions or need a tutorial, please watch our video below on how to accomplish all of your downloading needs with the all new Replay Media Catcher!

Expand Your Music Library With Replay Music

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How many streaming music services do you listen to? Pandora, Rhapsody, Spotify, Grooveshark, Sirius/XM, Songza,? I love them all for different reasons. Next time you’re listening, try using Replay Music to record the tracks as you hear them. Just click START and listen. That’s really all there is to it. The songs you listen to from your favorite streaming music site, are recorded and saved to your PC as high-quality MP3 files (there are other formats too). The tracks are separated and  tagged with Artist, Album, Title and Genre. You can even set Replay Music to export the tracks to iTunes or Windows Media Player.

Pretty Nifty. Replay Music can record any audio it hears. Even from music videos. It’s a great way to discover new music. Remember, if you like the song you’ve recorded, support the Artist and go buy it.

Hope you’re having fun with Replay Music. Let us know how you use it.