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#11820 13-Feb-2007 12:52

BlueMusic is the software that will allow you to listen to music played on your WM2005 PocketPC or Smartphone with your Bluetooth headsets.
It's now easy to listen to your MP3s and many other audio formats, wherever you are with your Wireless Bluetooth Headset.
It's even easier to use BlueMusic together with Skype, or other VoIP software.


Music is wireless!   The new 1.0.510 version comes with lots of new features:

The Smartphone version and the PocketPC version are now combined in one single version to make everything easier for the users
No need to press the Headset main button anymore, just pair the headset with your device, and press the Start button in the BlueMusic interface. The audio gets instantly redirected to the Bluetooth headset
For PocketPC users: 2 versions of the today plugin are available. Also, you can now disable the plugin and use the shortcut in Programs
For Smartphone users: improved graphics and functionality. BlueMusic looks even better now.
Trial version allows 40 seconds of audio instead of the 30seconds in previous versions
Supports both landscape and portrait, both QVGA and VGA, and also Smartphones with Landscape screen resolution

The new version can be downloaded [url=]here[/url]

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  #60670 13-Feb-2007 14:02
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This should be under Announcements instead.

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  #60672 13-Feb-2007 14:04
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Hmm, of course that forum's gone now...


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#60673 13-Feb-2007 14:10
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Yes these posts are longer accepted here. Free advertising? I don't think so.

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