Free and Legal Places to Videos for iPhone 5 and iPod
- Channel Frederator provides tremendous awesome short animations, claimed to be Internet Cartoon Mecca.
- PodGuide.tv , a guide to stock handpicked free top-hit videos from a wide range of websites.
- Channel 101 and Channel 101.NY, provides many entertaining videos and short films.
- The iTunes Music Store's podcast section provides many free videos.
- The Chronic..What?..cles of Narnia. Need I say more?
- The Internet Archive is well known for providing old movies and videos such as Santa Claus Conquers the Martians. The Archive's 256Kb MPEG4 Downloads are unhappily not iPod-ready as previously thought. The format is correct, but when played back on the iPhone and iPod, there are audio pops . You're probably better to download the MPEG2 videos anyway. The 265Kb files were pretty low-res and it's a snap to re-encode the MPEG2 files for your iPod with iSkysoft Video Converter for Mac.
- Channel Frederator is similar to The Cartoon Network that comes without commercials.
Illegal Places to Get Videos for your iPhone 5 and iPod
You're probably familiar with most of these options, but if you aren't then they're new to you!
- Search the BitTorrent network for iPhone and iPod.
- Check Podtropolis
- The Pirate Bay!
Seriously, you should probably stick to LEGAL sources for iPod and iPhone videos.
Downloading Free Music
- 3hive.com: It offers a lot of free songs supported by iPod in blog-style listing, which provided by record artists and labels in order to encourage customers to purchase full-album. The songs from this site are all in MP3 format with different bit-rate normally in the range between 128kbps and 192kbps.
- Epitonic.com: It offers free MP3 digital music with artist-focused, highly professional presentation, coming with detail biographical and short previews of songs across a narrow collection of genres.
- Freekidsmusic.com: Working with its brother site Freechildrensmusic.com, offers a great number of free songs in MP3 format for young people.
- Garageband.com: Do not mix up with a music creation application coming from Apple with the same name, Garageband.com collects and offers popularity charts of independent music, which features over 125,000 bands.
- MP34U.com: It comes with a simple yet professional interface for individual free songs. These songs are selected by site “sources” who only pick and post the music they like and sorted by genre.