iTunes: Apple to Allow Unlimited Music Downloads on Purchased Music

Good news for iTunes customers! It has been specifically reported by the folks at Bloomberg that Apple has set negotiations with top music companies to allow its iTunes users to grab unlimited music downloads on their purchased music apps. The list of highly acknowledged big companies of music industry with which Apple is in contact to set dialogues on this matter includes Vivendi SA (VIV)’s Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, Warner Music Group Corp. (WMG) and EMI Group Ltd. If Apple gets success in making an agreement with these music giants, you will be able to enjoy unlimited music downloads from iTunes by the mid of the passing year.


A deal would provide iTunes customers with a permanent backup of music purchases if the originals are damaged or lost, said the people. The service also would allowdownloads to iPad, iPod and iPhone devices linked to the same iTunes account, they said. The move would be a step closer to universal access to content centrally stored on the Internet.

If this has made available for iTunes users, they will be able to make their iTunes account as a permanent backup storage significantly for their selected purchased music tracks and apps. Most important feature of this service would be an ease of direct downloading of music tracks and apps by the customers to their other devices and they would not be certainly asked for Syncs repeatedly, which is a huge teasing factor at present.


Under one plan for MobileMe, the service that now costs at least $99 a year would become free. Users could store photos, contacts, e-mail and other content on Apple’s servers, one person said. The content would be accessible through any wireless connection. The potential changes to MobileMe were previously reported by the Wall Street Journal.

Hitechanalogy hopes that Apple will soon be able to announce that its dialogue with big music enterprises (to provide unlimited music downloads to iTunes customers) has finally succeeded.

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