Thursday, September 27, 2007

Amazon MP3 Store

Those of you that got my email about this know that I'm pretty excited about the new Amazon MP3 Store.



Finally there is a good, reputable digital music store that offers DRM-free music. But not only is it DRM-free, but it is also in a higher bitrate (quality) AND uses the widespread mp3 format. This means that it can be played on ANY digital music player. All of the things that I just mentioned have been the exact things that have kept me away from iTunes (and other mainstream stores too of course). And it's cheaper to boot! Only $0.89/song. I'm sure the others will catch on fast though, they're just one step behind. (and even Amazon has a ways to go still IMO)

5 comments:

Cole said...

Ya, me too!

g dunc said...

Can I FINALLY buy music now without getting a guilt trip from you about iTunes?

Two Wheeler said...

Maybe...

Travis said...

Brad, I have been super stoked
about this too.

Two Wheeler said...

Hey Trav, good to hear from you. It is definitely a good thing, isn't it? So how have you guys been anyway? How is the house?