Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Battle of the WebOS Apps!

We are happy to announce two new options for HP WebOS customers. If you have a Palm Pre or Palm Pixi phone you can now listen to your MP3tunes Locker on the go. Earlier this year HP bought Palm and they have announced plans to roll out a bunch of new phones, tablets, and devices running WebOS. So, by the end of the year, we expect to see a whole bunch of new WebOS devices that work with MP3tunes.

We encourage you to install both of these apps and try them out. Find the one you like best and let us know what you think.

You can install both of these apps directly from the Palm App Catalog:

Application Name: MP3tunesBeta2
Developer: Elvin Ibbotson

Application Name: MP3 Tunes for WebOS Beta
Developer: Jesse Bowden

Monday, October 4, 2010

MP3tunes for Android -- Now Even Better!

If you haven't tried the MP3tunes app for Android you don't know what you're missing. A recent update delivers even more musical right to your Android phone. Here are some new and improved features:

-- 2 GB of free online storage (with more available!)

-- Browse by Artist, Album or Playlist

-- Play an instant mix of your favorite music with "Shuffle"

-- Download music to your phone

-- Upload music from your phone

-- Bigger album artwork

--- Display upcoming track

-- Fast forward, rewind, unlimited playback

Just search the Android Market for "MP3tunes" and install the program. You can test it out by logging in with the demo account (username/password: demo). To upload your own music: go to and sign up for a free account. Then, upload some of your music using our simple web-based file mover. Now, log in to your Android app and listen to all your favorite music wherever you go. Check out this video to learn more about listening to your iTunes music on Android:

Buy it on iTunes -- Listen on Android