All the songs on Napster are free again.
In a bid to gain traction against Apple’s dominant iTunes online
music store, Napster over the weekend shifted to an
advertising-supported model. Visitors can listen to any of the 2
million tunes in its catalog without having to fork over a credit
card or download the Napster software application.
But there is a catch. You can only listen to a song five times.
After that, you have to either buy it for 99 cents or sign up for
a monthly subscription.