London, Sep 16 - Apple has released a tool to delete U2's new album Songs of Innocence from the users' iTunes account six days after the company started giving away the music for free.
Some users complained about automatic download of songs from U2's album to their devices.
According to the BBC, Apple's new tool to delete offers a one-click removal button.
U2 band members earlier offered their new album 'Songs of Innocence,' for free to 500 million users of Apple's iTunes.
U2 had collaborated with Apple in the past, however, the terms of the deal for the iTunes release are not known. (ANI)