28 October 2008 @ 8:32Walmart sheds DRM to sell MP3s

Walmart’s new music store is open now selling DRM-free MP3 music that can be played on pretty much any device.

Many music tracks will continue to sell at Walmart’s original 94 cent pricepoint, but certain “Top 25″ songs will go for only 74 cents. Not bad, Walmart.

Walmart’s newly redesigned music infrastructure now supports Macs, Linux, and Windows (of course) and a wide variety of web browsers.

Visit the Walmart MP3 Music Store

Amazon MP3 also sells DRM-free MP3 music. iTunes sells some DRM-free music in AAC format.

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