nuTsie Delivers Your iTunes Library To Your Cell Phone

Jun 5th, 2007 | By | Category: Digital Music, iPods & Portable Media Players, Podcasting Software

nutsieMelodeo today announced nuTsie, a new mobile music service that lets you get your entire iTunes library on your mobile phone.

nuTsie lets users access their iTunes music on a wide variety of popular phones. nuTsie is built on Melodeo’s mobile streaming technology, which means users don’t have to sync their phone to a computer, download music or deal with limited storage capacity on their phone. The nuTsie client, now in public beta, lets anyone shuffle through their iTunes music and playlists, in hi-fi quality, on their mobile phone or on the Web.

“nuTsie is part of the next generation of music services that will make listening to the stuff you like fun and easy while also taking care of the artists, labels and music publishers,” said Dave Dederer, VP of Music Content at Melodeo and a founding member of the The Presidents of the United States of America. “First and foremost, I‚Äôm a music lover, and nuTsie lets me take my music anywhere. But I‚Äôm also a songwriter, recording artist and record label owner, and nuTsie represents the first mobile music service where everybody wins.”

nuTsie Features

  • You can use your current phone
  • You can share your music and playlists with friends
  • nuTsie works with iTunes, the most popular digital music service in history
  • You avoid the hassle of downloading or side-loading music
  • Your computer does not have to be running to use nuTsie

Here’s the details…

nutsie phoneHow nuTsie Works

nuTsie does not download actual iTunes song files, so there are no storage issues, sideloading hassles or piracy worries, according to Melodeo. Instead, nuTsie works by referencing a consumer’s iTunes library and playlists and then making the same track titles available for streaming from nuTsie‚Äôs servers via the Web and mobile phone.

nuTsie combines Melodeo’s streaming music technology with an enhanced ‚Äúradio rules‚Äù shuffle algorithm that ensures artists, record labels and music publishers are paid for every use of a song. nuTsie is also the only non-Apple music service to play “Fair Play” music purchased by download from iTunes.

The nuTsie service can also be accessed via a browser on any Web-connected computer. Consumers can listen to their iTunes music just about anytime and anywhere with nuTsie.

Getting nuTsie

nuTsie was designed to be compatible with the majority of handsets on the market. Getting started with the service is easy:

  • Visit nuTsie.com and upload your iTunes library
  • Download the nuTsie link that will be sent to your phone via SMS text message
  • Listen to your entire iTunes library anytime, anywhere on your cell phone

via Rob Greenlee, Melodeo

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