Napster announces new web-enabled platform

Napster has announced a new web-based platform that allows users to play their music from any computer without having to download any additional software. Napster sells a subscription service for $10 to $15 a month where users can stream or download an unlimited number of songs from its 5 million-strong library. But Napster's and other […]

Napster has announced a new web-based platform that allows users to play their music from any computer without having to download any additional software.

Napster sells a subscription service for $10 to $15 a month where users can stream or download an unlimited number of songs from its 5 million-strong library. But Napster's and other music subscription services have so far lagged behind larger rival iTunes, which uses a more traditional buy-to-own model. Itunes sells songs as permanent downloads at 99 cents each.

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