CDs, music players, and even to some extent MP3 players are quite obsolete now. It is time to embrace the next generation of technology when it comes to gizmos and listening to music. Presenting to you the PSP, in which you can store and listen to music, as well as indulge in gaming (need I say more?). Every website makes tall claims about having free music downloads compatible with PSP. But that is hardly of any help.
Before we move on to the actual websites where you can get free downloads, we need to know and make sure as to what exactly are we looking for! So, we are basically looking at getting unlimited downloads, reliable and good customer service, and most importantly a one-time membership fee, if at all. In addition to that, it is essential to find out whether the websites you are logging on to are spam or full of malware and viruses. This is vital since you will be paying a certain amount of initial charge.
Another important issue is - which website should you go for? There are a number of sites specifically meant for free PSP downloads. There are peer-to-peer networks, actual communities, and proper websites dedicated only to this. Here again, of course it is important to make sure that all of these are safe. If you are looking at interacting and sharing your stuff with people and they sharing theirs with you, a community portal will be a good idea. It is a good idea to choose the one you are comfortable using.
In addition to all this, also keep in mind that old websites are no good for downloads, as they can be full of spyware and malware, and cannot be guaranteed to have legitimate downloads. So, avoid the risk of using such websites. Another issue is that these websites could be illegal. So, beware of such things. Normally, it doesn't happen, but you have to still keep an eye out! Reading reviews and members comments on the sites will help you to some extent.
There are sites like pspdownloadcenter and unlimited-pspdownload which are legitimate and good.
Alternatives to Websites
For free music, there are services like Limewire, which is a free peer-to-peer program. These are chiefly file sharing programs where you can download files from other users. The problem here is that, there can be files that you do not want, or the quality could be bad.
All in all, you would most likely need to pay a small amount as a one-time membership charge. After that, you can download music without any charges (seems paradoxical, right?). If you want to ensure safe downloading, it is better to pay the membership amount. They are better than downloads without registration. This is where I close my treatise!