The latest cloud music service has a familiar name: Kazaa. The former P2P network has relaunched as a streaming service with a catalogue of 1.6 million songs. However, it’s hardly been greeted with acclaim, partly because of its price. It costs $15 a month, yet is web-only with no mobile apps. By comparison, services like Rdio and MOG have bigger catalogues and cost $5 for web-only access and $10 for web plus mobile. Kazaa offers downloads alongside its streaming, wrapped in Windows Media DRM and can only be played using Kazaa’s plugin for Windows Media Player.

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