No, you can preview or listen to tracks in-app but not download without the 30% fee from Apple.
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Subject: Re: [Atlanta-Mobile-Development-Users-Group] Hiring iOS/Android Developer for developing an App for a Music Album
does apple even allow folks to make an app to distribute music outside of the iTunes store?
On Apr 9, 2012, at 9:39 AM, Joel Johnson wrote:
> Some one contacted me looking for an iOS and/or Android developer to make an application for a musician. He wanted an application to accompany an album that would be able to download a few songs, display a news/video feed, and few other things. I'm a bit busy with current projects but wanted to see if there were any one else interested in considering this one.
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