Freegal Music

Free Music Service from your Library

Freegal Music


What is Freegal?
Freegal is a downloadable music service offering access to 3 million DRM free songs and videos. The service works on PCS, Macs as well as iOS and Android mobile devices using the Freegal app.

How do I get started?
  • If you are on a computer, go to the Freegal website at naperville.freegalmusic.com and log in with your library card number and PIN.
  • If using a mobile device download the Freegal app, search for and select your library, log in with your library card number and PIN.
NOTE: If you are unable to login, first make sure that your card has not expired and/or you have a valid PIN.


How do I download the app?
  • If you have an Apple device (iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch), you will be able to download the Freegal App by doing a search for “Freegal Music” in the Apple iTunes App Store.
  • If you have an Android phone or tablet, you will be able to search for “Freegal Music” in the Google Play store.
Is the app available for the Kindle or Nook?

No, at this time, Amazon and Barnes & Noble have not made the apps available in their stores.

How do I find music?

Browse or search the catalog by album, artist, composer, genre, song, or video using the navigation tools at the top of the page.

How much can I download or stream?

You are allowed up to five downloads per week and three hours of streaming per day. (Individual songs count as one download while each music video counts as two downloads because it is considered premium content).
Note: Anytime you click on the "Download Now" link, even if you decide to cancel or play it instead, the download will count towards your weekly allotment.

How do I save my downloads to iTunes or Windows Media Player?
If you download to the app, you have a two week window to download the same song to your PC. Once it is saved to your PC, open the application you want to use, locate the file on your computer, then drag and drop the file to the open application

Can I keep what I have downloaded? Yes.