Yahoo Getting Into The Music Biz

Yahoo has launched its own music service, undercutting other online music stores by offering unlimited monthly downloads for only $4.99 per month.

And now, an interview with the Yahoo! Music FAQ Page.

What does this subscription get me?

Yahoo! Music Unlimited is a subscription service that gives you access to over 1 million songs for as little as $4.99/month with an annual subscription. You can listen, transfer to compatible devices and explore music with your friends. You can also buy burnable downloads for just $.79!

What kind of devices can I play the music on?

Yahoo! Music Unlimited songs can be transferred to Plays-for-Sure subscription-compatible devices including Zen, Rio, Sony, Phillips, Dell and others as long as the subscription is valid.

But I own an IPod.

If you’re an iPod user with a Windows-based PC, you can transfer music you already own to an Apple iPod using the Yahoo! Music Engine. Unfortunately, iPods are not currently compatible with the Yahoo! Music Unlimited subscription service.

Ah crap. Well, at least I can still download the songs and listen to them on my Mac.

System Requirements

  • Yahoo! Music Engine Software
  • Microsoft Windows XP or 2000
  • Internet Explorer 6.0+
  • Windows Media Player 9.0 or higher
  • Pentium III 300 MHz processor
  • 128MB Ram
  • Broadband connection for streaming and buying music
  • Latest Windows Service Packs
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