With thousands of audio files in your iTunes library and growing, how do you access your massive archives of digital music without having to “sync” before hitting the road? Didiom has a solution.
Didiom is a New York based company who has released a service called Didiom Pro. They take your digital media from your home computer network and let you access it from your mobile phone. Much faster and simpler than syncing or copying files over to memory chips or USB.
The Pro suite includes a desktop software application which streams any of your audio files to your mobile phone connected to the internet via 3G or WiFi. In addition to streaming music, you are even able to download a track to have it on your phone for offline listening later on.
Confusingly enough, Didiom Pro is not available for the iPhone, regardless of its ability to access your iTunes library. iPhone users will have to hang tough until an official release date is known, the company expects it to be available this summer along with an Android release for the second half of 2010.
BlackBerry and Microsoft Windows devices get the jump start and can sign up for the service today for $0.99 per month or $9.99 a year for unlimited access to your library. This includes high-quality streaming, playlist streaming, and wireless downloads from a home computer to your mobile phone.
You can test it out for free to see if it’s something you would use, the trial includes streaming of five tracks in normal quality mode. “Not so long ago, it took awkward data cables, memory cards, and hours of synchronization time to have your entire iTunes library in the palm of your hands. Now, it takes just one simple app –– Didiom Pro.” said Ran Assaf, Didiom’s founder and CEO.
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