MySpace Music Download, an iTunes Alternative

Sep 6, 2006
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MySpace Music Download, an iTunes Alternative

In the world where iTunes rule, many other companies trying to take a jab at Apple for its success on delivering digital music and videos to the users. Now MySpace is jumping on the bandwagon to sell music on its website. MySpace have a big user base with over 100 millions members. Many artists and bands are using MySpace as their social space online to keep in touch with their fans that will probably be one of the advantage MySpace have over other online music store services. The Music industry have changed, offering more options for users to get their music, but many label companies are still paranoid on piracy issue and on the other hand, users does not like DRM on the music they paid for. MySpace said they will not use any type of DRM, and music will be sold as unprotected files. Goodie! I hate DRM!
[via BBC]


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