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Last updated: July 23, 2015 at 10:36 am

Flipkart Flyte offers 100+ Music Albums Free on their Anniversary!

Flipkart has announced some great goodies for music lovers – They are offering over 100 music albums completely free of cost on their Flyte platform. Users can download hundreds of popular DRM-free songs on their devices completely free of cost.

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Flipkart celebrates its anniversary on the 28th February, so for next 8 days, this offer will be open. Everyday, Flyte will open up over 100 new albums for free and users can download them on their devices.

Flipkart has also updated their Android app yesterday, which will list down free music albums. You can download via their app on your Android, iOS or Windows devices

I browsed the free albums and to my surprise many popular and latest albums are being offered by Flipkart for free. For example, today’s free offerings include music from popular Bollywood movies like Jab Tak hai Jaan, Dabangg 2, Desi Boyz and more. Check out the screenshot below.

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And its no Bollywood alone – Many English rock, pop and genres of music are also available. Some of the free albums include Ace of Base, Backstreet Boys, Celine Dion, George Michael  and others… Check it out here

So, if you are big on music, this is a your golden chance for downloading some great music completely free cost.

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