Jango is an advertising-supported Internet radio service. Launched in November 2007 and based in New York City, Jango is a social music service that lets you create and share custom radio stations. It's the easy way to play the music you want online, legally and free. Each time you select or search music/artists, alternative song same taste friends appear all over your screen! You'll get the music you want, along with similar favorites of Jango users who share your taste.
Think of Jango as a cross between Pandora and Facebook. You are able to view who's listening to song you are tuned to, what their comments are, and any suggestions they may have. You can also explore their profiles to see what music they've been listening to. You can even add them as friends and connect via Jango. Unfortunately Jango can only be used via a browser on your computer. There is no mobile app as of this writing. So, you need a streaming music recorder to transfer Jango music to your iPod.
Today we'll show you a simple way to record Jango music, so you will be able to save any Jango tracks you like and enjoy them offline.
- Step 1: Download and install Jango radio recorder.
- Step 2: Now log in onto Jango.com and tune in the station of independent or mainstream artist.
- Step 3: Click the "Start Recording" button to start to recording Jango radio.
- Step 4: Once recording finished click the "Records list" to browse the recorded Jango songs.
Having the aid of Jango music recorder, there is no restrictions for you to download songs from Jango stations. Moreover, our recorder support almost all popular streaming radio stations.