Wed, 30 May 2007

Enable DRM-Free Purchases in iTunes 7.2

For whatever reason (I smell lawyers), DRM-free purchases (“iTunes Plus”, cheesy har-har) are not enabled by default in iTunes 7.2. In fact, they’re positively buried:

  1. Choose the iTunes Store in the source list (under “STORE”) in iTunes 7.2
  2. Choose “Account” under the “QUICK LINKS” pane towards the upper-right corner of the store interface.
  3. Click “Manage iTunes Plus” on the account page.
  4. Agree to the screen full of lawyer scat.

iTS screenshot

hat tip: SteveX Compiled

addendum: Looks like they placed iTunes Plus links more prominently in the store interface, so you no longer have to dig for them. Thanks, Apple.

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