nuTsie music app on its way to webOS
Melodeo and their unique nuTsie music app (well, technically it's HP's music app now) look to soon be officially making their way to Palm devices, at least if the "Internal beta version of nuTsie for webOS platform" that seems to have accidentally found its way onto the public webOS web app feed is any indication.
This is good news for webOS music lovers (which we assume is everyone) as the iTunes-centric app allows for cloud based music syncing and streaming as well as, or arguably better, than any smartphone music app to date. We reported earlier on HP’s purchase of Melodeo and what that meant for the future of cloud based music streaming on webOS devices (and all smartphone platforms for that matter). Now it appears that the promise of iTunes syncing among all kinds of other music goodness is well on its way to webOS.
Although you can download the app now, screen shots are about all we have to go on at this point, as the beta requires a registration code to activate. The pay for download model appears to be in keeping with both the Blackberry and Android versions of the nuTsie app, both of which have been available for $19.95 and $9.95 respectively. We’ll keep you posted as more information is made available.
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