Alternative Download site to i-tunes?

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  1. harrison0912

    harrison0912 New Member

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    New to this- got i-touch today, just wondering if there are any other sites where i can download music from other than i-tunes that are compatible with my i-pod? BY SITES I MEAN PAY SITES NOT SITES WHERE I'M ILLEGALLY DOWNLOAD FROM. Thanks
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    napster.
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    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    Amazon and Napster offer iPod-Compatible music (mp3 Files) at a reasonable price.

    No DRM also.
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    harrison0912 New Member

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    Just had a look at Napster and it doesn't say that any i=pods is compatible with it???
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    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    As long as the file format is MP3 or AAC, you're fine. Just drag and Drop into iTunes.
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    harrison0912 New Member

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    How can I tell what the file format is ?
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    amazon, emusic, basically anything other than the zune marketplace

    mp3sparks
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    Why don't you just download songs through Limewire?
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    Anything that is an mp3 or AAC will work. mp3 is the most popular form on the web right now.

    Drag the file into iTunes, but keep the other file somewhere else where you won't delete it. iTunes doesn't make a copy of your music, it just plays it and lists it and syncs it.

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