Napster has launched v4.6 in the UK, allowing users to access its service via the Web, rather than a downloadable client on their computer. Which is about time, given that US users got this option back in October 2007.The service, which now offers more than seven million tracks, still works through the downloadable client for existing customers, but now allows people to register online and use it via their web browser. Other new features include an Automix function to recommend tracks and create custom playlists based on the user’s preference, and a Mood Manager tool, which serves up songs based on their current mood.Napster has also added the Mood Manager tool, which allows users to create music choices to suit any mood. Users can define their mood using a colour gamut and then enjoy recommended tracks, playlists and radio stations.The service costs

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