FlyTunes Music Service for iPhone CES 2008

FlyTunes Music Service for iPhone CES 2008
FlyTunes intros Music Service for iPhone at CES 2008. The music service is also for iPod touch and other media capable phones. Flytunes lets you access over 20,000 radio stations anywhere a WiFi, or cell phone signal is available; something satellite radio cannot do (inside buildings). Flytunes is available free of charge and The service also works with Macs and PCs.

FlyTunes is positioning its service as a free alternative to satellite radio for devices that utilize any kind of wireless connection. FlyTunes features thousands of channels of digital music, and it works without any additional hardware. Users can personalize their music channels, promote their favorite songs and flag songs they don't want to listen to again.

FlyTunes personalized radio-like experience, with thousands of channels of digital music Features:
+ FlyTunes offers access to over 20,000 Internet radio stations.
+ FlyTunes does not require a receiver or additional hardware purchase - it works with your cell phone or personal media player.
+ FlyTunes allows users to personalize their music channels. While listening, users can promote favorite songs and flag unwanted ones (never to be played again).
+ FlyTunes plays everywhere, unlike satellite radio, which does not work inside buildings, or on planes.
+ No setup or monthly fees.

Hours of personalized music can be cached to a portable media player or cell phone and listened to anywhere. Portable devices with 3G capability can cache additional music, greatly reducing battery drain. FlyTunes works with Macintosh or PC computers, and will be widely available on January 21, 2008 at the web site.
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1 comments on "FlyTunes Music Service for iPhone CES 2008"

Kim said...

Flytunes has just released a new demo. Check it out to see how it works.
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