doubleTwist enables copying of iTunes to mobiles, PSP

doubleTwist enables copying of iTunes to mobiles, PSP - Image 1Do you find yourself envying the songs found in your friend’s iPod? Well, you might want to try out the latest platform launched by doubleTwist. It allows users to free their media and share it with other peoples’ favorite devices. Find out more in the full article.

doubleTwist enables copying of iTunes to non mobiles, PSP - Image 1

Still at awe with the music collection of your friends in their iPods? Better try the latest service of doubleTwist that allows people to share media through computers, mobile phones, and  Sony’s Playstation Portable.

doubleTwists’ creation allows users to synchronize media from their computers to mobile devices by simply dragging and dropping the media files into a desktop folder then then instantly copies it onto various mobile devices through the internet.

Here are the gadgets which can utilize this new program: Sony‘s PSP, Nokia’s multimedia N-series phone line, Sony Ericsson‘s Walkman and Cybershop lines, LG‘s Viewty, and Microsoft’s Windows Mobile smartphones such as Palm’s Treo and HTC models.

Users can share the media they own with specific friends. Through the company’s latest offering, it is possible to create playlists that mix songs from Apple’s iTunes on non-Apple device.

Also, if you’re thinking that this is a form of piracy, think again. The people from doubleTwist have found a legal way that won’t be ushering any unwanted problems like the ones experienced before by Napster.

In fact, doubleTwists’s co-founder and chief executive, Monique Farantzos, said, “All we are facilitating are friends sending things to one another.”

This is certainly something that people can look forward to if they want to share the media that they have with their friends and loved ones in simple and fast way.

For more details, feel free to visit their official site by clicking on our Via link below.

Via doubleTwist

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