Amazon is launchings its public beta of AmazonMp3.com, a Digital Rights Management (DRM) free music store. That basically means less copy-protection hassle and wider music compatibility for customers. Prices are usually lower than iTunes if you find the particular track or album – the selection might not be as wide as other music stores. The interface is web-based, but I heard that Amazon has software to help iTunes users.
Cheaper music, without DRM? Hum… I’m in!
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