Not too long ago, Amazon launched its music store and started selling DRM-free MP3s. Competing against iTunes, Amazon's MP3 music store provides higher quality music but a slightly cheaper price. Not bad, I must say. I have tried it and saved around USD2 per album (USD7.99 vs USD9.99 at iTunes). Unfortunately, the downloader was only available for Windows and Mac OS X users… until today.
Amazon now has four versions for Linux, in addition to the Windows and Mac OS X versions, supporting Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora and .
What are you waiting for?