Sunday, July 17, 2011

Say hello to good buys, bye bye to the bad buys, bye bye to the buys in-between...

This is pretty nifty: if you care about saving the odd few pence here and there on downloads, the "team" behind MoneySavingExpert have pulled together this searchy tool, Tunechecker, which finds the cheapest version of available music.

I'm not sure there's so much in the way of savings to be made - at the moment - as to make flitting between numerous download services worthwhile, but it might help with trying to find whether you can do better than the place you usually get your stuff. And, it'll find CDs as well, which reveals just how often buying a hard version can be cheaper than the digital version on slightly more obscure choices.

[Thanks again to Michael M]