Didiom finally supports iPhone
The first time that we talked about Didiom was way back in 2008 when its iTunes palceshifting app first surfaced for devices that weren’t made by Apple. It was more than a bit strange for many of us that the software was for iTunes but didn’t support the iPhone or iPod touch.
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It's taken a long time but Didiom has now announced that it has updated its offerings and it now has Didiom Pro for the iPhone and touch on the App Store. The software allows you to stream tracks from your audio collection to the Apple devices.
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The thing about this app is that it allows you to access all of your music, even if you are out of storage space on your iPhone. Running out of space is easy to do for those with lots of video, photos, and apps on their device. Didiom will let you listen to your music without having to delete other stuff you still want.