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Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Apple to lower iTunes Plus prices

iTunes logoArs Technica is reporting that Apple will drop the price for DRM-free music to 99c per track. Apple had introduced DRM-free tracks under the label iTunes Plus earlier this year. The price drop seems to be a reaction to the newly opened Amazon MP3 store, which sells DRM-free music at a more competitive price.

beaTunes users benefit directly from DRM-free tracks, since they allow automatic analysis of their raw audio data.

Update: Apple officially announced today that it lowers prices to 99c.

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