“Leave it to Steve Jobs & Co. to deliver the first legitimate Net music service to hit all the high notes. Apple’s iTunes Music Store, unveiled Monday, promises the convenience of free swap sites without the legal ambiguity,” writes Edward C. Baig for USA Today.
Baig continues, “Indeed, the iTunes Music Store is fast, smooth and music to my ears. My only complaint: It’s too simple to ring up credit card charges… Apple borrows a feature from Amazon, recommending additional tunes based on the choices of others who have purchased the tunes you’re considering.”
(Editor’s note: Since September 2000, Apple has licensed Amazon.com’s “1-Click” patent and trademark as part of an e-commerce patent cross-licensing agreement. More info here).
Full USA Today article here.