Nupha music store

Nupha is a cross-platform (Mac/PC) international music store. It is compatible with iTunes on the Mac, and Windows Media Player on the PC. Song purchased on the Nupha Music Store cost 0,99 Euros, or 0,99 $, or 0,70 U.K. £ including V.A.T. A warning to Apple users, most of the features you would expect, such as uploading songs on an iPod or burning them on CD, are promised but not yet available. Also, Mac users are required to install a software, presumably to deal with their proprietary DRM scheme. It looks like they rushed before Apple launches the iTMS in Europe.

[Source: Too Much News]

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