Pocket Tunes Released for Windows Mobile
The longstanding champion of Palm OS digital audio players, Pocket Tunes, has now been ported over to Windows Mobile. NormSoft has just released a version of Pocket Tunes for Windows Mobile 5 & 6 Pocket PC and smartphone devices. The software includes all the features from the Palm OS version including a Pocket Tunes Sync application for iTunes for Windows PCs, a built in streaming radio catalogue, support for Napster, Rhaspsody services and the usual MP3, WMA, AAC, and aacPlus file support.
Pocket Tunes for Windows Mobile debuts at version 4.1. It is available now with a 15-day free trial period. It costs $37.95.
"Bringing Pocket Tunes to the Windows Mobile platform gives existing and new customers more choices about the phones and carrier services they use with our product," said Tim Norman, Founder of NormSoft. "Our goal is to provide the best audio playback experience for the broadest range of audio content on mobile phones."
Pocket Tunes is intended to work on any Windows Mobile® 5 or 6 smartphone or handheld with one of the following screen resolutions: 240x240, 320x240, 240x320, 320x320, 480x640, and 640x480.
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