Napster now sells DRM-Free music

Gizmodo is reporting that Napster has relaunched as a completely DRM-Free mp3 store.  That means no digitial encryption, no holding back on the amount of devices you can use your mp3’s on.

The Napster website still seems to maintain the old subscription model of purchasing, which only applies to non-Apple devices (no iPods, iPhones).  The news is also saying they will sell these mp3’s for 99 cents each or for $9.95 per album, which pretty much matches iTunes.  These DRM-free tracks can be put onto your iPod or any other device you want.

The plus side is that these tracks are yours to keep forever.

So check out the new, improved, Napster.

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