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Listen to iTunes Music on Your Phone With Didiom

Considering a majority of North Americans have cell phones with decent audio output, this is something that may be the wave of the future. Didiom is a new application that makes it possible to stream music from your computer to your phone — for free and wirelessly. All you have to do is download Didiom to your phone and desktop and you can start streaming tunes to your phone (they offer the service to over 200 phone models). And if you don't have an extensive music playlist, you can download music from the Didiom Marketplace, which offers over 1 million songs.

The good news about this is Didiom recently signed a deal with EPM, which offers many high-quality DRM-free record labels, so with this, users will be able to access and buy more music.

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LilGlamDiva LilGlamDiva 7 years
Bummer it's not for macs though :(
cal1 cal1 7 years
Thanks for the heads-up! I just installed it and I love it--this is the greatest thing since Pocket Scrobbler!!!!!!! The sound is crap, the mobile application is missing some serious features (volume among everything else), but the idea is genius. Having all my music available wherever I am is priceless. BTW, how do I use the Playlist feature?
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