Didiom has launched a new public beta service for its mobile music placeshifting and music download service. The application allows users to wirelessly access their personal iTunes library on over 100 different mobile devices including the BlackBerry and Windows Mobile devices.
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The application also provides access to a music store that allows tracks to be purchased on a per track basis. The library available via the download service is from a variety of independent music labels. Albums on the service will cost $9.99 for a single download to $12.99 for a dual download.
"We've developed a simple and fun way to mobilize music and to discover new music from around the world while on the go," said Ran Assaf, Didiom's founder and CEO. "More and more music fans are tired of wasting valuable time sideloading music from their computer to their phone or iPod. We provide them with a new type of experience that lets them not only stream music from their computer to their handset over the air, but also to discover, bid for and share music in new and exciting ways."
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