Among the complaints that people have about the Apple iPhone is its relative lack of capacity. If you’ve grown too accustomed to have 40GB, 60GB, or even 80GB in your pocket, downgrading to a mere 8GB can be a bit of a challenge. No longer… sort of. It is now possible to stream the entire music collection on your computer over to your Apple iPhone, anywhere you have WiFi access.
Simplify Media has developed a simple iPhone/iPod Touch application that connects to your computer — and those of your friends — anywhere you have WiFi internet access. Browse through your music library just as you would at home, just as you would if you actually had the music stored on your iPhone. Yes, this includes playlists too.
The Simplify Media application is compatible with MP3, WMA, AAC, and Apple Lossless formats. It sounds like an interesting tool, but they’re still ironing out the kinks. Users have reported “server is not responding” errors.