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Works with Treo 600 CDMA, Treo 600 GSM and Treo 650

Review version 3.1.1

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Pocket Tunes turns your Palm device into a portable audio player! Play music and audio books from your collection, or subscribe to an online music service to gain access to millions of unique songs! With Pocket Tunes Deluxe, you can even listen to Internet radio anywhere that you have wireless Internet access.

Note: Read below for compatible devices. Online music store access requires Pocket Tunes Deluxe and a paid subscription to one of many compatible music services. Online music store access is only compatible with some devices; please read the compatibility list below. Listening to Internet radio may incur data usage charges; please check your wireless data plan before using this feature.

NEW in 3.1! Access millions of songs and audio books from popular online music stores.
Pocket Tunes Deluxe supports all music stores that use Microsoft's Janus technology**. Look for stores with the PlaysForSure logo.
Play music on your Palm-powered device.
Easily play music stored on your device's storage card, internal memory, or hard disk.
Easily copy music.
Pocket Tunes integrates with Windows Media Player, Real Rhapsody, and many other music players on your PC to allow you to quickly and easily copy music to your device. Just plug it in, start Pocket Tunes, and go!
Find music quickly.
Pocket Tunes sorts your music by album, artist, genre, and playlist to allow you to quickly find what you're in the mood for.
Broad range of supported music files.
Pocket Tunes plays MP3, WMA*, PCM WAV, and Ogg Vorbis files.
Use your Palm device normally while music is playing.
You're free to run any other application on your device while playing music or listening to Internet radio.***
Listen to Internet radio.
With Pocket Tunes Deluxe, you can tune into hundreds of ShoutCast or Live365 radio stations on devices with built-in wireless connectivity.
Personalize Pocket Tunes.
Choose from dozens of skins (many of them are free) to make Pocket Tunes your own.
Fine tune your music.
With features like crossfade, gapless playback, a high-fidelity equalizer, and many more, Pocket Tunes allows you unprecedented control over your music listening experience.
Listen to audio books.
Pocket Tunes provides unique features (like bookmarks and auto-bookmarks) to make it a powerful companion when listening to books on the go.
Mix, shuffle, then repeat.
Quickly create playlists or pick songs one-by-one. Turn on the shuffle and repeat options to combine your music in ways you never expected!
Lots more!
Give Pocket Tunes a try, and we guarantee you'll be blown away! If not, contact our superb customer support team, and we'll do our best to make it right!
* WMA Lossless and WMA Professional are not currently supported. WMA playback requires the Deluxe version.
** Music stores that we have tested include: Napster, Real Rhapsody, Yahoo! Music Engine. Pocket Tunes supports both subscription and purchased content.
*** Some applications may have excessive CPU or storage requirements and may cause music playback to skip when performing certain operations. We go to great lengths to minimize this as much as possible. Devices with slow processors or hard disks are especially susceptible due to hardware restrictions.

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by Anonymous

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i much prefer real player
why improve on something that had no flaws to begin with? it is my humble opinion that the pocket tunes that replaced realplayer is very inferior, & sub-standard. i have looked every where tofind a way to get realplayer on my treo 680. makes me want my 650 back!!!!
by Anonymous


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