Melodeo has tweaked its nuTsie software to offer music fans access to their iTunes music collections from more than two dozen Windows Mobile smartphones, including the Samsung BlackJack, Palm Treo and Motorola Q.
The nuTsie application for Windows Mobile is available now from software purveyor Handango. It allows music fans to listen to their collection using a Windows Mobile handset, a Web-connected computer or mobile phone.
nuTsie users can build customized playlists from hundreds of thousands of songs, receive recommended music based on their playlists, and share and explore playlists from users in the nuTsie community.
“nuTsie has already been a huge success on other phones, and we’re excited to bring this service to millions of Windows Mobile users through Handango,” said Dave Dederer, Vice President of Business Development at Melodeo and founding member of the GRAMMY-nominated, multi-platinum rock band The Presidents of the United States of America.
nuTsie for Windows Mobile is available now for a one-time fee of $19.95, covering all-you-can-eat music for the life of the device, or for a monthly subscription of $4.99.