Amie Street Nobeley Changes Download Policy

AmieStreet-1.jpgFrom the press release:
“In several weeks we’re going to be making a change to how Amie
Street handles downloads, and we want to be certain you are fully
informed in advance about this change. In brief, starting on August 5th
we’ll only be able to offer a single download of your purchased music
unless you’ve encountered a technical problem.

Although most people only download their music one time, we’ve noticed
that you have done so more than once on occasion. We realize that the
ability to re-download files has been important to you, so it’s
understandable that you might be disappointed to see this no longer
available. Unfortunately a number of factors beyond our control,
including legal and royalty concerns, have made this impossible going

We’re very happy to say, however, that you can continue to stream all
of the music you’ve purchased on Amie Street. That means wherever you
have access to the internet, you also have immediate and unrestricted
access to stream the entirety of your Amie Street music collection from
your Library.

To make sure that downloading music continues to be as easy as
possible, we’ll be keeping a close eye on the user experience and
making updates to the site as needed. The primary voice that directs
any such changes will be yours, so if you have suggestions based on
your experiences using the site, we’d love to hear from you. Tell us
exactly what you like and don’t like, and we can make Amie Street even


The Amie Street Team”"

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