iTunes sells more than 200 million songs

By Derek Sooman on December 16, 2004, 4:04 PM
Apple have confirmed that iTunes customers have purchased and downloaded more than 200 million songs from the service. It turns out that the 200 millionth song was part of "The Complete U2" and was purchased by Ryan Alekman from Belchertown, MA. According to the iTunes site, the iTunes Music Store features more than one million songs from the major music companies and 600 independent record labels, over 9,000 audiobooks, gift certificates and exclusive music not found anywhere else online.

"iTunes has made it easy to give the gift of music this holiday season with iTunes prepaid cards that are available from retailers like Amazon.com, Best Buy, Circuit City, CompUSA, Kroger, RadioShack, 7-Eleven, Target, as well as Apple’s online store and Apple’s retail stores and offer $15 or $25 of music on the iTunes Music Store. Gift givers can also send iTunes gift certificates in amounts from $10 to $200 by email or regular mail, and can print out these gift certificates in color right on their computer for the perfect last minute stocking stuffer."




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