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Re: Surfing for Songs
Posted by: Crayton Harrison 2005-07-19 10:15:44
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Apple Computer caught rivals napping when it introduced the iTunes store two years ago. Rivals had to scramble to get their copycat versions up and running. But the imitators couldn't match the iTunes store's features and ease of use. Apple has sold about half a billion songs and holds 70 percent to 80 percent of the market, depending on which analyst you ask. In the last few months, however, the competition has finally come up with a significant feature iTunes doesn't have: a subscription for unlimited downloads, all of which can be loaded onto a portable player.

Re: Surfing for Songs
Posted by: mbf666 2005-07-19 10:17:49 In reply to: Crayton Harrison
Yes iTunes doesn't provide subscription mode.
But there is a catch with Napster, the day that
you cancel your subscription... music is also
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