Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Changes coming to the Apple iTunes Store

Some interesting news came out of this week's Macworld Expo. Starting in April, Apple's iTunes Store will have three prices for downloads: new 69 cent pricing, 99 cents and $1.29. They are promising more songs at the .69 price than the $1.29 price.

Also, at the Macworld Expo, it was announced that the 10 million plus songs on iTunes are going DRM-free. So now the music will play on an iPod, Apple TV, all Mac and Windows computers, and many other digital music players.

You can upgrade your current iTunes library to iTunes Plus. You don’t have to buy the song or album again. Just pay the 30¢ per song upgrade price. (Music video upgrades are 60¢ and entire albums can be upgraded for 30 percent of the album price.)
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