Ubuntu One is a useful technology that provides 5GB of free space to be used by users, space accessible via the desktop and/or trough its online place, space provided for free by default (furthermore, the users can purchase various payed plans when searching to extend the used storage).
Along with the mentioned storage functionality, Ubuntu One incorporates a music store, easily accessible via Ubuntu's default music player, Rhythmbox, where previewing tracks (listening the first minute) and buying music albums can be achieved.
The developers have just launched the new Ubuntu One Music Store, a fancy online-based store, consequently, the users are now able to purchase music via the web (mobile devices supported).
Navigating to http://one.ubuntu.com and hitting the Music button–>Music Store, presents the user a slideshow-enabled pleasant-to-the eye interface, featuring proportioned components, clear controls, properly exposed tracks and albums, progress-aware track previews, etc, "no clumsy downloading is needed, as…
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