iTunes Plus: now only 99 cents.

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Apple launched iTunes Plus in late May this year (previous report). iTunes Plus songs provides twice the bitrate (256 kbps AAC encoding) and completely no DRM (digital rights management) for just 30 cents more. Today, Apple has slashed the price to just 99 cents for all iTunes Plus songs.

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Besides EMI's digital catalogue, iTunes Plus now includes artists from Sub Pop, Nettwerk, Beggars Group, IODA, The Orchard and many more.

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Offering customers the largest catalog of DRM-free music in the world, Apple today expanded iTunes Plus to more than two million tracks while at the same time lowering the price of those tracks to just 99 cents. In addition to artists from EMI’s digital catalog, iTunes Plus now includes artists from Sub Pop, Nettwerk, Beggars Group, IODA, The Orchard and many others. All iTunes Plus tracks feature DRM-free music with high-quality 256 kbps AAC encoding, offering audio quality virtually indistinguishable from the original recordings

You can download free weekly music iTunes Store legally, yours to keep.

One disadvantage about iTunes Plus songs though, is that the songs are twice the file size of regular 128 kbps AAC song.

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Posted by Antony at October 17, 2007 4:11 PM

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