“Coca-Cola’s music download site Mycokemusic.com has said it has become Europe’s biggest legitimate music site, with 10,000 songs sold every week,” BBC News reports. “‘The figures from Mycokemusic.com have exceeded our expectations and we are delighted that consumers have adopted legal downloading in such great numbers and with a real enthusiasm,’ a Coke spokesman said.”
BBC News reports, “However, music downloaded from the website is not available in a form which can be played on Apple’s iPod, the most popular portable media player in the world.”
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MacDailyNews Take: For reference, Apple’s iTunes Music Store is currently estimated to sell 1.2 million songs per week in the U.S.