The mp3 search engine SeeqPod have just announced their plans to release a Windows Mobile application due to arrive on Wednesday, December 17th. The new application will lets Windows Mobile users search and stream music over the web on their mobile phones and devices. According to the company, this new app makes “any Windows Mobile device…essentially an iPod, but streaming,” they were quoted as saying.
The SeeqPod app will be available for $10 and will include Wikipedia articles about artists in addition to the music discovery, streaming, and playlist creation tools. The app will also be skinnable, offering a number of changeable skins in a range of styles. To interact with the application, you can use one-handed controls, touch, a stylus, or gestures, depending on your device.
According to the company announcement, you’ll also be able to purchase music, but there are no details yet on how much songs will cost or how that process will work.
If you’re interested in trying out the mobile application when it becomes available, you can sign up to be alerted on this page.
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