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1 billion songs legally downloaded in the UK, Adele tops chart

All-time legal music downloads in the UK have just hit 1 billion, led by everyone's favourite heart-weary North Londoner.

By April 10, 2013


1-click this: Amazon lets you buy real things via any Android app

Amazon enables in-app purchases of physical goods within independent apps. Appstore Director Aaron Rubenson talks to CNET about why this will make apps more relevant to customers.

By August 27, 2013


Make MP3s from iTunes downloads: Your how-to guide

Any MP3 player or audio device can play music bought from the iTunes Store, even if it doesn't support the format Apple sells it in. We've got a step-by-step guide to show you how

By February 5, 2009


Spotify Free now works with iPhone and Android, even iPods

A major update to music-streaming service Spotify allows users to sync the app to iPods, iPhones and Android handsets. It's updated its MP3 store too.

By May 4, 2011


HMVdigital download store relaunches with 40p top 40 offer

HMV has relaunched its digital music store with a special offer: just 40p for any choon in the hit parade

By July 26, 2010


Napster UK unveils new 'streaming with MP3 downloads' subscriptions

Unlimited streaming with five MP3 downloads every month? Yup, that's the new Napster plan. And it's not just for the Yanks either -- we're getting it this year as well

By May 19, 2009


Peter Mandelson and the £50,000 fines for music downloaders

It doesn't seem fair that depriving a music store of its physical property would be considered less criminal than creating a new copy of some data. Particularly when there's often no legal alternative

By August 21, 2009


CMX music downloads: Its flaws and future

The biggest record labels in the world think a digital version of the CD album -- artwork, liner notes and all -- could be the future. We discuss why it could, but why it probably won't

By August 11, 2009


No Doubt offer entire career as free download with concert tickets

Anaheim's finest have announced they'll give away their entire back catalogue of studio albums for free download, as part of a promotion for their upcoming summer tour

By March 6, 2009


Rage Against the Machine number one at Christmas: Great news for music industry?

In a week when the BPI claimed that one in three Brits regularly downloads music illegally, 500,000 people paid for a 17-year-old rock anthem just to annoy Simon Cowell

By December 21, 2009