Wednesday, October 17, 2007
Apple computer has been very successful in selling song downloads with its iTunes store.
It shows that the trend started by Napster has gone mainstream and legit - people prefer to have the option of buying songs electronically, a la carte.
They do not want to be forced to buy a physical CD bundled with songs they do not care for.
Now, Amazon has jumped on the bandwagon and is offering MP3 songs for download at 89 - 99 cents each.