This week Apple released an update to iTunes (US) that added DRM-free AAC music files to the iTunes Store. The new version of iTunes will allow you to either download DRM (Digital Rights Management) files for the standard $0.99 or spend $1.29 on iTunes Plus DRM-free songs.
iTunes Plus & DRM-Free Music
What do you think about iTunes Plus? Will you pay an extra $0.30 from the iTunes Store for a DRM-free song? Please tell us about in the comments below.
- Apple’s Plans to Overhaul The iTunes Store (2012)
- How To Rip Adele’s Music Videos off YouTube and into iTunes
- Apple Uses Pixies Song in New Ad Campaign
- Apple Announces iTunes Music Store Debut and New iPods (2003)