Napster announced today that it now has the largest MP3 store around with a total of 6 million tracks in DRM-free MP3 format. Napster claims its store is 50% larger than any other MP3 store and that it features the largest catalog of major label tracks as well as independent tracks.
The MP3 format is compatible with both the iPod and the iPhone. Pricing for the digital tracks with Napster will be $0.99 per song and $9.95 for most MP3 albums. The tracks are available in 256kbps bit rate and downloads include high resolution album art.
"Music fans have spoken and it's clear they need the convenience, ease of use and broad interoperability of the DRM-free MP3 format, and they want to be able to find both major label artists and independent music all in one place. Napster is delighted to deliver all of this and more with the world's largest MP3 catalog," said Napster's Chairman and CEO Chris Gorog. "Our new MP3 store, together with our award-winning 'all you can eat' music subscription service, provides the most comprehensive and exciting music experience available. Virtually any portable device in the world can now be used to enjoy tracks purchased at Napster, which is an important breakthrough for our company."
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