Napster Comes as an iOS App

Napster, the website that propelled the digital music distribution to a whole new level (although by illegal means according to record companies), comes up with its own app that runs in different Apple devices such as the iPhone, iPod, and iPad. The brand has indeed come a long way from being the most vilified website among music artists and recording studios back in the day to a more meek yet legal approach after several changes.

The Napster app allows users, for a US$10-a-month subscription, to stream music from over 10 million songs. Users can even cache the songs that they like, also called offline listening, which is similar to how Microsoft’s Zune Pass works.

Those who missed the Napster experience will surely want to download the app on iTunes.

Source: Engadget

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