Sunday, September 30, 2007
It is pretty decent, especially if you are trying to avoid the DRM of songs downloaded at the iTunes store, and it's cheaper than iTunes on the DRM free front. And it combines with the iTunes player fairly well -- the only weakness I see so far is that you're going to end up copying all of your Amazon MP3 songs twice -- one to go into the folder that Amazon copies it to, and then when it goes over to iTunes. But this may make backing up your Amazon downloads a little easier.
All and all, it is nice to see a competitor for the iTunes store that will still work with iTunes and the iPod, which are certainly my favorite music delivery system. I'm hopeful that they'll expand their catalog of songs with more over time.
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