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Apple begins using Lala music service

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 08 Jan 2010 15:58 User comments (3)

Apple begins using Lala music service Apple has put its recent purchase, Lala, to work already, opening up 30-second previews for the Web-based version of iTunes' Charts.
Until this week, iTunes Charts did not have preview available and it was necessary to open up the iTunes software installed on your computer. Thanks to Lala, users can now preview the tracks at 44.1, 320 kbps AAC, using QuickTime.

Apple purchased Lala last month for $85 million USD.

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3 user comments

18.1.2010 20:46

Just for putting that "$" in your name Kesha, I'm going to look for this album on pirate bay. lol

28.1.2010 21:01

Originally posted by Hrdrk20:
Just for putting that "$" in your name Kesha, I'm going to look for this album on pirate bay. lol
Trust me, not worth the bandwidth. LOL

39.1.2010 1:03

The full album IS on piratebay. You're right DVDBack23, it sounds like
her "band" is a Commodore 64.

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