Windows Users Download More than 1 Million Songs in Three Days

(CelebrityAccess News Service) – Windows users have downloaded more than 1 million copies of its new iTunes for

Windows digital jukebox software in just three and a half days since its launch on October 15, and over 1 million songs have been purchased and downloaded by iTunes users in the same period.

"iTunes users have purchased over one million songs in the first three and a half days since our launch last Thursday, which compares with one million songs in the first seven days when we introduced the original iTunes for Mac users last April," said Steve Jobs, Apple's CEO. "We're off to a great start, and our competition isn't even out of the starting gates yet."

The iTunes Music Store has revolutionized the way people legally buy music online. An astounding 14 million songs have been purchased and downloaded since the original iTunes Music Store launch in April, solidifying the iTunes Music Store's position as the number one download music service in the world.

The second generation iTunes Music Store offers Windows users the same online music store as Mac users with the same music catalog, the same "gold standard" personal use rights and the same 99 cents-per-song pricing. The second generation iTunes Music Store launched last week includes online gift certificates for family and friends; Apple's innovative and patent-pending online "Allowance" feature which allows parents to automatically deposit funds into their kids' iTunes Music Store account every month; more than 5,000 audiobooks which can be purchased with one click and listened to on any Mac or Windows computer as well as on iPods; Celebrity Playlists; and new exclusive tracks from more than 60 artists. With music from all five major music companies and over 200 independent music labels, the iTunes Music Store catalog is growing every day and will offer more than 400,000 songs by the end of October. –Jane Cohen and Bob Grossweiner

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