Finds the cheapest single & album MP3s
e.g. download no.1 album for £3.79 not £7.99
We've built a totally free new tool, that instantly searches legal download sites for iPods and other MP3 players, to find the cheapest tracks. It's called www.tunechecker.com, and frankly the best way to understand it is to try it.
Quick Tunechecker stats
Over 9 million tracks. It scans nine million tracks at nine download sites.
Biggest price difference listed is £153.02. Radiohead's The Best Of album currently ranges from £6.97 to £159.99 (yep it really is selling it at that price - of course this is likely to be its error - but elsewhere variance of 50-100% is common).
Includes five Top 40 charts. Charts listed include the official top 40 singles, albums, classical, dance & R&B. Plus you can listen to sample tracks.
Price difference on current no.1 album is £4.02. The cheapest Susan Boyle's 'I dreamed a dream' download is £3.97; its average price is £6.87 and most expensive £7.99. The cheapest CD version is £7.68. (See the full top 10 below).
Why the extra email?
Hope you don't mind, we rarely do it, but we've been working on the TuneChecker for many months now, and are very excited about it - so couldn't wait, especially with Christmas coming.
Martin Lewis and the MSE team.
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