I don't know much about it, but I have a cheap mp3 player that I use with itunes.
when you download does it go into Windows media player or something?
You can copy files from iTunes to anywhere else (just select them and drag them to the new location). This would include dragging them to whichever MP3 player you chose.As for sites, if you're asking about buying music online, I'm not aware of any others that will work in Australia. The other biggies in the US are Walmart and Amazon — you could try them, but I'd be surprised if they've got agreements for Australia.This site does price comparisons between tracks, if that's any use: http://downloadshopper.com/index.php
P.S. Your blogger profile thinks you have only one child
Thanks Stuart (when will the point come when I'm allowed to call you Stu?) for the advice. Yeah I tried Amazon and it said for U.S. only.Oh yeah, I'll ammend the profile to include all of my spawn.
Hi Ben,I get free downloads once a month from bandit.fm which has all the sony-bmg artists (there are tonnes). That works fine with Itunes, but probably would be easier to use if I didn't have an IPod.
cool- thanks for that, Georgina, I check it out.
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