Napster launches MP3 music store
Napster has launched the world’s largest online music store without digital rights management (DRM).
More than six million tracks will be sold as MP3 files, from all of the major record labels and independents.
The songs will play on any MP3 player, including iPods, and can be burnt to CD and transferred to other devices.
Napster boss Chris Gorog said the service, which offers songs for 99 cents (79p), moved online music “from under the DRM cloud”.
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