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Kazaa Gives Apple the Finger, Streams Music from Web with No App Needed

by Shane McGlaun
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Back in the day Kazaa was one of the places that many folks went to get their pirate on and share tunes without paying for them. After the RIAA got a hold of Napster and other peer-to-peer sharing sites Kazaa decided to go legit and started selling music subscriptions.

Apple not long ago started a new policy that charges 30% of the subscription revenue on an ongoing basis if you sell a subscription via an iOS app. That didn’t sit well with Kazaa, and the company has a workaround in place for subscribers right now.

If you have a Kazaa account, you can hit the website on your iPhone, iPod or Android device and stream all the music you want directly to your device without Apple getting a cut of the loot you pay. Your monthly subscription fee can also be paid by credit card or billed to your mobile phone account.



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