Published Nov 09, 2009Following the news that both Facebook and Google have entered the digital music game, HMV Canada have revealed their own efforts with a digital music service. Last week, the music retailer launched hmvdigital.ca.
The service is a solid contender to compete with iTunes, offering DRM-free MP3s at an average of 99 cents. The tracks can be stored in a "My Downloads" section, which keeps track of purchased music that can be downloaded again if your music library is compromised, along with 30-second clips and tracks compatible with all music players.
Best of all, as HMV Digital is in its beta stage, users can get a free song with every song they purchased up until ten songs. In other words, you can get 20 tracks for $10 if you act fast enough.