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MP3tunes is really getting into mobile

I’ve been an MP3tunes subscriber for a long time. I’ve ben using LockerSync to copy my 40 gig of songs to the internet — a) so I can have a backup and b) so I can access my music remotely.

I’ve been hearing about their mobileification for some time so I took a look.

Sure enough. They’re working hard.

They’ve a new service — MobileSync (beta) that enables your mobile handset to receive new songs from your online Music Locker, computer — or even web pages. Interesting. Very interesting.

They’ve also got a piece of software by the name of Load2Mobile that you can install in your browser. It finds music tracks on the web pages that you visit and sideloads them straight into your MP3tunes Locker (and, after that, your mobile handset if you wish).

To have a play with MobileSync, get it at www.mp3tunes.com/mob. I’m going to download and have a play.

By Ewan

Ewan is Founder and Editor of Mobile Industry Review. He writes about a wide variety of industry issues and is usually active on Twitter most days. You can read more about him or reach him with these details.

3 replies on “MP3tunes is really getting into mobile”

Ewan I am curious about how the Music Locker has worked for you? How long did it take to load ur 40 gigs of content? Do you sync it regularly?

I have about the same amount of MP3 content and want to put it in the locker but are wondering what the experience is like?

Ewan I am curious about how the Music Locker has worked for you? How long did it take to load ur 40 gigs of content? Do you sync it regularly?

I have about the same amount of MP3 content and want to put it in the locker but are wondering what the experience is like?

Ewan I am curious about how the Music Locker has worked for you? How long did it take to load ur 40 gigs of content? Do you sync it regularly?

I have about the same amount of MP3 content and want to put it in the locker but are wondering what the experience is like?

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