Didiom: Listen to your iTunes library, right on your BlackBerry
Here is the new comer in music marketplaces: Didiom. You can use your phone to access songs and playlists stored on your computer through wireless streaming.
Basically, this service offers two kinds of interactive services. The first, to stream music from computer to your phone wirelessly (by downloading and installing the application into your PC and identify your phone). Ah yes, please take a note: at this time, the Didiom software is only available for use on a PC (for Mac is coming soon).
The second, to offer iTunes Store-like service (offers 1.5 million DRM-free and legal MP3 songs. Only 89 cent per song or US$ 9.99 per album)
Listen to songs from your iTunes library, right on your phone…With Didiom, you can use your phone to access songs and playlists stored on your computer through wireless streaming. Just download Didiom to your phone and desktop and you’ll be ready to navigate the music files stored on your PC. You can stream them to over 200 phone models, including the BlackBerry® Curve™, for free.
The application supports more that 200 phones (including BlackBerry and Windows Mobile smartphones), and still only works for US cellular networks.
They recommend you to ask your carrier about an unlimited data plan before using this service. This way, you can enjoy getting your music, without having to worry about any extra fees.
See how it works through this video: