Apple's iTunes store began selling DRM-free songs from EMI on Wednesday.
DRM (digital rights management) software prevents owners from copying or freely using a digital file across multiple devices.
As expected, all the songs from music label EMI that are sold on iTunes are now available in DRM-free versions. Shoppers have the option to purchase either a 256kbps AAC-encoded DRM-free song for $1.29 via iTunes Plus, or the usual 128kbps AAC-encoded DRM-version for 99 cents.
"We expect more than half of the songs on iTunes will be offered in iTunes Plus versions by the end of this … Read more