Offline Freedb

Offline Freedb is a Java library for searching the public FreeDB database files.

This library is build on Java 7 and NIO.

Some unique selling points

  • Absolutely offline / local
  • Has no query limits
  • Lookup by unsorted tracks
  • Custom tolerance
  • Result with freedb-meta, track-mapping, compilation-info (…)
  • Very fast (~200 milliseconds)
  • Uses just a little memory (~10 Megabyte)

Start right away as explained in Offline FreeDB – Example!



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