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Nokia Comes With Music. Ok. Whatever. Next.

If you’d like a first-look at Nokia’s Comes With Music, you can read Stuart Dredge’s experience here.

As ever, Mr Dredge does a super job with the piece.

Me? Well, I can show you some silent B-Roll if you want.

Other than that….

By Ewan

Ewan is Founder and Editor of Mobile Industry Review. He writes about a wide variety of industry issues and is usually active on Twitter most days. You can read more about him or reach him with these details.

11 replies on “Nokia Comes With Music. Ok. Whatever. Next.”

Does the 'B' in B-roll stand for 'bitter', Ewan? 🙂 Only kidding!

It looks like CWM is another contrived, over-complicated system. One day we'll get a perfect music retail model for the internet. This certainly isn't it. Emusic offers the best model for online music at present. You pay for a set amount of downloads per month. They're DRM-free and never expire. If only the major labels were on-board it would be unbeatable.

Seriously, Ewan. From the headline on this article you sound like it's not impressive. The author you've linked to seems to like the service. Sure, it's got DRM, but that doesn't mean the music expires. The fact that the music doesn't expire, plus the ability to copy it to different Nokia handsets seems like a winner to me. I'm not thrilled with CWM being Windows only.

Seriously, Ewan. From the headline on this article you sound like it's not impressive. The author you've linked to seems to like the service. Sure, it's got DRM, but that doesn't mean the music expires. The fact that the music doesn't expire, plus the ability to copy it to different Nokia handsets seems like a winner to me. I'm not thrilled with CWM being Windows only.

Does the 'B' in B-roll stand for 'bitter', Ewan? 🙂 Only kidding!

It looks like CWM is another contrived, over-complicated system. One day we'll get a perfect music retail model for the internet. This certainly isn't it. Emusic offers the best model for online music at present. You pay for a set amount of downloads per month. They're DRM-free and never expire. If only the major labels were on-board it would be unbeatable.

Seriously, Ewan. From the headline on this article you sound like it's not impressive. The author you've linked to seems to like the service. Sure, it's got DRM, but that doesn't mean the music expires. The fact that the music doesn't expire, plus the ability to copy it to different Nokia handsets seems like a winner to me. I'm not thrilled with CWM being Windows only.

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