Napster begins offering DRM-free music


Napster is the latest online music store to announce that it is offering DRM-free MP3 tracks.

Napster’s download store is more than 50 percent larger than any other MP3 store and boasts not only the largest major label MP3 catalog in the industry, but also the largest library of independent music available anywhere.

Napster boasts a catalog of over 6 million songs representing the four major labels as well as a large number of independents.

Most songs will sell for USD$0.99 and albums for USD$9.95. Most downloads are available in a 256kbps DRM-free MP3 format and come with high-resolution album art.

Napster will continue to offer its ‘all you can eat’ music subscription service as well.

For now, Napster new MP3 store will only be available in the U.S.

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