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Quote: Originally Posted by solsun Good to know... I was wrong about Simplify though, it works over wifi/edge/3g as well.. Cool. I thought that seemed odd. Simplify is cheaper and easier to install (usually) but is slower to sync and on my m…
Quote: Originally Posted by solsun There's an app for that... It's called "simplify media." Stream your iTunes home library (music only) to your iPhone. Needs wifi though.. Or ootunes, which does music and videos and radio and works ov…
Quote: Originally Posted by mikerowesoft This service could also be used to host music. One of the reasons I have an iPod but not an iPhone is that the iPod can store so much music. If I could get all my tunes on demand wirelessly, then I don't…
Quote: Originally Posted by dasein These guys must have great confidence on bandwidth growth and ISPs over the next few years. Depending on where you are and your ISP it's already totally doable, at least with iPhone sized videos... Check o…
soo how long before all these other guys (ooTunes, simplify media, orb, nutsie, slimserver, tversity, etc) get sued?
so they patented what ooTunes, orb, simplify media, Tversity, and slimplayer have been doing all this time? Brilliant! Quote: Originally Posted by MacGregor A reason to own a ton of music at home AND buy an iPhone.
Some of the live stuff is available in windows media format too... you can't listen to either natively on the iphone, but you can use a 3rd party streaming server (like ooTunes) to transcode it on the fly and listen to it on your iphone. Edit: A…