iTunes DRM-Free Track Price Drop
"Apple has announced that they will now be offering their high quality DRM-free tracks for $0.99."
Published: 17th October 2007 | Source: Apple |
Apple announced today that they will be expanding their iTunes Plus, DRM-free music, program to offer over two million tracks at a lowered price of $0.99. The catalog of high quality 256 kbps AAC-encoded tracks available through the iTunes Plus program includes artists Sub Pop, Nettwerk, Beggars Group, IODA, The Orchard and many others, along with EMI’s digital catalog.
DRM-free means that these tracks do not have DRM (Digital Rights Management) protections on them like "normal" iTunes tracks, allowing users to play their purchased music with any media player and on any number of computers.
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