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Sunday, January 27, 2008

MP3tunes expands service to Nintendo Wii, Sony PS3, Windows-based devices

Website MP3tunes is sending out word that they have expanded their services to accommodate people who own video game consoles and Windows-based mobile devices.

It was also said that more internet radios have been added into the list. The website, for those who aren't aware, is a music service provider that lets users store and protect their MP3 collection online.

One of its features include the Locker that comes in Free Edition and the much flexible Premium version. According to the press release sent to us, streaming from Lockers can now be done using the Nintendo Wii and the PlayStation 3, not to mention the several other mobile devices. MP3tunes wrote:

Consumers shouldn't be limited in where or how they enjoy their personal music collections, and we will continue to announce new ways MP3tunes is fulfilling its vision of giving people access to all of their music, anywhere they go.

The Premium edition of the Locker allows users to manage larger music files, full access to album cover art, and full customer support access. The Free version, on the other hand, is ad-supported.

The Via link below leads to MP3tunes' specific page for the downloads necessary to activate the service on your preferred device.
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