• Easily to Get Your Beloved Rock Band—The Beatles Headed to Your Favorite iPhone

    Posted on November 29th, 2010 Irene | 9 comments

    The Beatles, a popular band that has rocked the world with its unique music style, can be called the greatest miracle in music area to date. The absolutely faultless performances make music-lovers all over the world prostrate themselves before the spectacular magic charm of music.

    Hey Jude, From Me to You, I Want to Hold Your Hand, I Feel Fine, Yesterday, Yellow Submarine, All You Need Is Love, Hello Goodbye, Love Me Do, Get Back, Let It Be… all these classical Beatles songs might make you lost yourself in them over and over again. Drunk with The Beatles’ charm on stage, you must do not want to see the rock band Beatles disappear from your view and let The Beatles music fade away from your ears. So an idea may come into your mind: can I appreciate the rock band on my mini portable stage—iPhone?

    iPhone is an all-in-one smartphone incorporates mobile phone, web browser and media player which is called “the technological breakthrough” by the technophiles. At the very beginning of its emergence, the smartphone with both audio and video playing functions is once proclaimed by some people that it will shake the whole mobile phone industry. The fantastic appearance and the comprehensive features tempt thousands of millions of people, and you are one of the fanatic fans captured by it.

    You can easily to get The Beatles on iTunes now and transfer the rock band songs to your iPhone directly. But if you do not want to shop The Beatles on iTunes store, how can you enjoy The Beatles on your iPhone without paying a fee? A practical tool names iPhone Video Converter can be your helper here. It is an easy-to-use freeware that can smartly convert videos and audios to iPhone formats for playback on iPhone. With iPhone Video Converter, you can carry The Beatles anytime anywhere with your favorite iPhone.

    WOW, it is your time to provide The Beatles with a portable stage. Come on and being a backstage producer for The Beatles. I’m really looking forward to their brilliant performance on your portable stage—iPhone.

    By the way, if you want to add some individualized features to The Beatles, you can resort to Leawo on which big gifts for Christmas are waiting for you. Have fun!

  • Freely Playback the Top 5 Most Valuable Album Collections of the Beatles

    Posted on November 29th, 2010 David Brooks | No comments

    Since the Beatles landed on iTunes, a hot peak has been made by the Beatles’ excellent songs and albums. All these albums and songs hit us greatly and remind people that the past brilliant period created by the fab four would ever last now and in the future. Here would like to introduce the top 5 most valuable album collections of the Beatles sharing with all fans of the Beatles. These albums are all available on iTunes store by costing your dollars, however, another way for free playback these wonderful albums and songs could be in your touch, without paying as much as that on iTunes store. That is to use the leawo video converter for your portable devices. There provides many portable device tools ready for you to explore. Also, Easy iPad Converter Suite, Easy iPod Converter Suite, and Easy iPhone Converter Suite could respectively serve for your iPad, iPod, or iPhone device. Well, let’s take a look at these top 5 albums of the Beatles.

    Abbey Road-the Beatles: the 11th studio album released in 1970, being regarded as one of The Beatles’ most tightly constructed albums, although the band was barely operating as a functioning unit at the time this album was recorded. So many classical songs like Come together, Something, Maxwelll’ Silver Hammer, Oh! Darling, Because, the end, Her Majesty, etc.

    The Beatles (White Album): the ninth studio album released in 1968, the first The Beatles Undertook album after the death of Brian Epstein, recorded during a period of turmoil for the group after back from Indian, including songs like Dear Prudence, Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da, I’m So Tired Julia, Good Night, Honey Pie, I Will, Happiness Is a Warm Gun, etc.

    Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band-the Beatles: the eighth album released in 1967, a worldwide critical and commercial success, spending a total of 27 weeks at the top of the UK Album Chart and 15 weeks at number one on the American Billboard 200, well-known songs including Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band,With a Little Help From My Friends,Getting Better,Within You Without You,A Day In the Life,Lovely Rita,She’s Leaving Home,Good Morning Good Morning,Being For the Benefit of Mr. Kite!, etc.

    The Beatles 1967-1970-the Beatles: widely known as the Blue Album, a compilation of songs released in 1973 with The Red Album (1962-1966), songs like Strawberry Fields Forever,Penny Lane,A Day In the Life,Lady Madonna,The Fool On the Hill,Hello, Goodbye, etc.

    The Beatles 1962-1966: widely known as The Red Album, a compilation of songs released in 1973, reached #3 in the United Kingdom and managed to reach #1 in the United States Cashbox albums chart. However, in the US, the official chart was administered by Billboard, where 1962–1966 peaked at #3, while 1967–1970 reached the top spot. Famous songs includes Love Me Do (Mono Version),Please Please Me (Mono Version),All My Loving, Feel Fine,Can’t Buy Me Love,Yesterday,In My Life,Girl,Yellow Submarine, etc.

    Of course, there are still many other albums and songs of the Beatles worthy for collecting for future recalling. Great things exist everywhere just for different taste. But these 5 albums of the Beatles are certainly the most valuable ones for collection. And with the way mentioned above for freely playing these classics on your portable devices, you can enjoy yourself totally with your wallet full and stay your money.

  • Freely Preserve the “Butcher Cover” Yesterday and Today Album of the Beatles for Indefinite Review

    Posted on November 26th, 2010 David Brooks | No comments

    Since the Beatles landing on iTunes last week, 13 albums of the Beatles included on American albums have brought great success for iTunes store, like Abbey Road, The Beatles Box Set, Here Come the Sun, etc. A band that permanently shows its popularity has been proved not only in the Yesterday history, but Today’ digital time.

    Another Beatles album might also impress fans deeply both for the wonderful songs the Beatles had brought and the controversial “Butcher Cover”-the Yesterday and Today Album, released in 1966. In this controversial “Butcher Cover”, the fab four dressed in butcher smocks and draped with pieces of meat and body parts from plastic baby dolls to show the Beatles’ “comment on the war”. Though being severely criticized by the media and public alike, this album reached No.1 on the US Billboard charts and certified gold soon after.

    Of course, this controversial cover for the Yesterday and Today album became the origin choice but not the final choice. Nevertheless, the songs in this album primarily based on Yesterday still show the popularity and worth preserving for permanent enjoyment.

    Though buying this album directly from iTunes store is the easiest way to enjoy, people who do not want to pay for it could have another better way to get these classics saved on your portable devices like iPod, iPad or iPhone. Download a video converter and then convert the album to the video or audio formats available in your portable devices.

    For all the Beatles songs, this method would help you store and enjoy for yourself in the future with infinite review and no money spent. You can decide the output formats to your devices.

  • The Beatles–How to Convert Abbey Road to Your iPad/iPod/iPhone with Leawo Video Converter

    Posted on November 25th, 2010 David Brooks | 5 comments

    For no more than a week after the Beatles landing on iTunes, the Beatles songs have become a real heat wave making Beatles fans crazy all over the world, among which the Abbey Road album has been the most-downloaded album of the band, the 6th top albums being sold on iTunes.

    Just now, Johnson, a screaming fan of the Beatles, talked with me about his experience in enjoying the Beatles songs on iTunes. He enjoyed the feeling of listening to his favorite songs like “Here Comes the Sun” on his iPod directly buying from the iTunes store, but at the same time hated the feeling by seeing his dollars running away.

    This is very common since there are a lot of music fans who do not know there is in fact another way to enjoy their favorite music without paying any fees. That is to use a video converter to convert your favorite Beatles songs to the formats your portable device would support.

    If you like, you can also do some editing work to the songs or videos you would like to convert.

    Quite simple process and operation but help you save a large amount of money. With the video converters, not only can you convert your favorite Abbey Road to your device like iPad, iPod, or iPhone, but many other songs of the Beatles also, like Carry That Weight, You Never Give Me Your Money, Maxwell’s Silver Hammer, etc.

  • How to Freely Enjoy the Beatles Rock Music on Your iPhone/iPad/iPod

    Posted on November 24th, 2010 David Brooks | No comments

    The exciting news that the Beatles had landed iTunes last Tuesday must have made so many fans of this band amazing and crazy, especially to those hot fans that have got an iPod, iPhone or iPad as the great convenience for them to buy their favorite Beatles songs, though costing a large amount dollars.

    The latest news showed that the classic Hey Jude has been the most-downloadable song on iTunes during the first days less than a week. It is such popularity for the Beatles on iTunes that many music fans would download these fantastic songs to their portable devices like iPhone, iPod or iPad to fulfill the spare time. The iTunes has brought great convenience for audience in easy downloading music and perfect enjoying.

    The easiest way to get these songs enjoyed on your portable devices is to download your favorite ones right from iTunes store via your device. But, we all know that the music we want to download from iTunes would be downloadable only if we have paid for it. Think about this budget: the present price for each single song of the Beatles is 1.29 dollars, how much would it cost to download so many favorable songs of the band?

    Here, an effective simple method is strongly recommended for you to enjoy your favorite Beatles songs on your portable devices without costing you so many dollars to buy songs from iTunes. You even need not use iTunes to download songs. What you need to do is to download an iPad converter, iPod converter, or an iPhone converter according to your portable device and then convert the Beatles songs to formats your device supports. This simple way would cost much less than directly buying songs from iTunes store and retains the same audio quality for your enjoyment. All these converters support both video and audio input and output to meet your desire with different file formats available. Also, these universal converting tools for your portable devices can decrypt DVD movies; therefore you can decrypt your stored Beatles DVD to your portable devices for enjoyment anytime anywhere.

    Now, you have been acquainted of the ways to freely enjoy your favorite Beatles songs on your portable devices: the way through iTunes which will cost you some dollars to buy Beatles songs and the way to use a converting tool which owns exactly the same effect for enjoyment but cost you less. Which would you choose to listen to the absolutely great Beatles songs?

    ^_^, have a good time with songs converted by these converting tools on your portable devices.