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Tubidy App is Proving to be the Best Alternative to Spotify

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Tubidy app is the best alternative to Spotify. It is a free multimedia application created by Ayoub BOUGSID. This audio player allows streaming of music. It doesn’t matter whether the music is online or saved locally on mobile devices.

And it is also one of the best music apps around the corner. It’s so because it provides free and unlimited downloads. You don’t have to be a registered user. And you don’t even have to pay a monthly fee. In Tubidy app you just download the music which you like and save it without any hassle.

Unlike other music apps like Spotify, Apple Music and Tidal, in Tubidy you can download freely. And another surprising thing about it is that it’s also Web based. Meaning whatever you listen to or download won’t store itself in the phone memory. But it’s the app that automatically saves it.

If you want to create a playlist but your phone’s memory doesn’t allow it then you can easily add it to the app memory. It’s that easy. Tubidy is fast and smart, that’s the reason its search engine is robust. You quickly receive your search results.

You can also use the web based browser of Tubidy. It is known by the name of Tubidy Blue. And the Web browser is an easy and non commitable way of searching for music.

Just go to Tubidy’s official website. And then you can search for the keyword in the search bar. Once you see the search results select the format you want to download, whether it is MP4 or Mp3. And if you don’t  want to download you can just watch the videos.

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Here Be Monsters (HBM) is Creating Podcast Episodes to Help People Face the Unknown and Fear

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Here Be Monsters (HBM) is creating podcasts for people interested in pursuing their fear and facing the unknown. It has produced many podcast episodes about crow death rituals, flex eating beetles, internet scammers, nudism, fair healing and many more. People are digging into HBM’s archive to find shows about nearly everything.

HBM releases 20 new episodes per year. Jeff Emtman is the host of all episodes and he has been on much other grand slam telling personal stories. HBM has been featured on many other shows like Radiotopia’s Love + Radio, BBC Shortcuts, WNYC’s Snap Judgement and MIT’s Undark.

Jeff Emtman started these podcast episodes in 2012 about how to pursue fear and face the unknown. Other persons including Bethany Denton and Nick White joined him later. KCRW distributes all the podcast episodes for HBM. All their podcast episodes are proving to be very helpful for people.

Anyone can become a member of KCRW and this is a good sign for HBM. People are becoming a member of KCRW in large numbers and supporting other people to do great work. HBM does not have any fixed source of income. It is only receiving money directly through a donation.

Recently HBM has developed a new podcast show HBM092: Carry the Scent with the help of KCRW. This episode shows a profile of typical search and rescue scammer. It was produced by Lee Gaines and Alex Kime. This show was edited by Bethany Denton and Jeff Emtaman. Nick White who works for KCRW, edited the show. 
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