Nokia Music PC is now out of beta and its 1.0 version can be downloaded for free from the Nokia Beta Labs website.
The application was developed by Nokia in order to provide users with a convenient way of downloading, transferring and organizing tracks from Nokia Music Store.
You can also rip and burn CDs via Nokia Music PC, so the app seems to be more than useful. Of course, if you don’t live in a country where Nokia Music Store is available, you don’t actually need the new application yet.
The installer file of Nokia Music PC has 66MB and it can be grabbed from here. You need to have Windows Vista or a 32-bit Windows XP with SP2 in order to properly run the Nokia Music app.
The installation process might take a while (it lasted 10 minutes on my PC), but it should be worth it. Here are two screenshots of the app:
If you already have the Beta Nokia Music PC, an automatic update will be available in the next few weeks, so that you don’t necessarily have to download the new installer.
Source: Nokia Beta Labs
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