7digital App for Windows 8, 10 Updated With Local Store Purchases Only
The 7digital app for Windows 8 users has been launched on the Windows Store for a few good months now and it’s now received an important update that some of its users will appreciated and others not so much.
The 7digital app for Windows 8 is being used by millions of users across the world and it’s one of the best tools to listen to your favorite songs. Now, the latest update that has been made available now automatically detects the nearest local store and will let you purchase music only from there. According to 7digital, this is because of contractual obligations and from the looks of it, there’s no workaround to this. Also, 7digital downloads are now saved to the default music folder in your Windows music library, just in case you were wondering where is this.
7digital Music Store app for Windows 8 gets some changes
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