iTunes Plus minus 20p = 79p a track

Apple's boasting the largest DRM-free music library in the world now that extra tracks from indies like Sub Pop, IODA and The Orchard are on-board, sw

Apple's boasting the largest DRM-free music library in the world now that extra tracks from indies like Sub Pop, IODA and The Orchard are on-board, swelling its iTunes Plus collection to two million tracks.And in an extra fit of generosity it's banished the 20p premium for downloading them. We'll now get their DRM-free, high-quality 256kbps goodness for the same 79p price as standard iTunes songs.Apple's facing stiff competition from Amazon's DRM-free offering in the States but the fact that it's decided to cut prices here suggests the 20p hike for EMI's enhanced tracks might not have gone down quite as well as it initially hoped.Either way, we're the winners as these lovely, high quality tracks will spin on any AAC-capable player The DRM-free march continues...EssentialsiTunes PlusPrice: 79p per trackOn sale: Now Contact: AppleRelated stories:New Sony Walkmans ditch ATRAC for AACNew Creative ZEN hearts iTunes PlusDon't go 'sharing' your iTunes Plus tracks