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UPDATE: Teksoft released Bluemusic 2.0 for Windows Mobile smartphones
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 01.03.07 - 10:50:22 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 12480x
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Teksoft recently announced the launch of Bluemusic 2.0 which should dramatically increase the Bluetoooth functionality of Windows Mobile-based Pocket PCs and Smartphones. With Bluemusic you can connect your (mono) Bluetooth headset and enjoy listening to your favorite MP3's, Podcasts or Audio Books directly from your Pocket PC without using any cables! Or you can use Skype for Pocket PC with your Bluetooth headset. Bluemusic makes everything more convenient and extends the use of of the current Bluetooth implementation on Windows Mobile Pocket PCs.

People all over the world are now familiar with the expression "Music is wireless!". Starting with version 2.0, not only music, but anything related to audio playback goes wireless using Teksoft's Bluemusic and Bluemusic 2.0 now allows to disable ringtones while Bluemusic is on, resume your Bluetooth audio playback immediately after any phone call and many more features. In addition, Bluemusic can be used with Skype or other VoIP software to gain full advantage of free calls.

Bluemusic 2.0 was tested with a wide range of Windows Mobile devices and costs 9.95 Euro. A free trial version is available as well while the upgrade from Bluemusic 1.0.x costs 3.95 Euro.

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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