Amazon MP3 for DRM-free MP3 downloads. September 26, 2007Posted by stvchang in gadgets, music online.
Amazon MP3 public beta is now live. Amazon’s new music download portal is offering two million songs from 180,000 artists and 20,000 labels including EMI and Universal tracks, in DRM-free 256Kbps MP3 format. All “top 100” songs on the site be sold at the lower USD$0.89, while others will be at USD$0.99 each. Whole albums will cost from $5.99 to $9.99, with best selling albums at $8.99.
The best news is the songs on Amazon MP3 will be DRM-free, so you can transfer and copy it to all your MP3 players in your collection, or even burn to CDs, all you want after you pay for it. How’s that for a challenge to iTunes?