Alternatives To ITunes
Are you looking for alternatives to iTunes? Are you looking for alternative ways to acquire music onto your computer or your iPod? Some people have found iTunes to be complicated to use. Other people just have found that iTunes doesn’t work properly with their media devices. These are two reasons why they may be looking for alternatives to iTunes. Luckily, these people have other choices such as:
- Amazon.com: Yes, Amazon does sell Mp3’s. They will even offer a few Mp3’s for free. All you need to do is register with the site. A single Mp3 will cost you 99¢ per track. Amazon has an estimated fifteen million titles.
- Napster: Napster offers its customers two ways of paying. You can purchase the Mp3’s per single track for 99¢ each or you can purchase a monthly subscription for $12.95. With the monthly subscription you can download as many single tracks as you wish. They have an estimated twelve million title songs.
- Rhapsody: Rhapsody offers its customers two ways of paying. You can purchase their Mp3’s per single track for 99¢ each or you can purchase a monthly subscription for $10.00. When you purchase the monthly subscription, you can download as many titles as you wish. This is a popular alternative to iTunes and offers its customers an estimated five million titles.
- Walmart.com: Walmart Mp3’s can be purchased right on the Walmart.com site. They sell for 64¢ per single title.
- Emusic.com: Emusic only offers its customers download through a subscription fee, which is $10.00a month. However, it also offers its customers twenty downloads for free. Customers do have to register with a credit card when they apply for that free month. Then if they find out they don’t enjoy the site, they can cancel before any charges apply to their account. Emusic also tries to get customers through promotional advertising by including company flyers within the packaging of certain electronic devices. They have an estimated ten million titles.
The good news is that consumers do have many alternatives to iTunes. This means that they have many choices when adding music to all of their electronic devices.