Amazon unveiled its new service today that you can buy DRM-free MP3’s for 89-99 cents a piece! Cheaper than the iTunes store and without copy protection, this service is worth trying and watching. One thing I’ve long been frustrated about buying from iTunes is the inability to put those songs on Sam’s PSP. Since it’s not an Apple device, the copy protection provided by DRM prevents you from putting a song I’ve purchased on a non-Apple device. That’s totally bogus. Of course, Apple began offering songs that are DRM-free, but you have to pay more for them!
So check out Amazon’s tune collection and give it a whirl.
On this day...
- A used Jeep as an expression of God's love - 2015
- At OBU's Pastor Conference - 2008
- The new must-see PSP commercials - 2007
- Welcome New Readers 2... - 2006
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