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February 4, 2009 at 9:33 AM

Melodeo brings iTunes streaming to BlackBerry Storm

Seattle mobile media venture Melodeo toda announced that it’s bringing its nuTsie application – which enables remote access to iTunes libraries – to the BlackBerry Storm.

The $19.95 application is already a top seller on the iPhone, BlackBerry.com, Alltel, Nokia Download, Handango, Handmark and Danger Sidekick, Melodeo said.

“We think this bridges the gap for the hardcore BlackBerry user who wants a touchscreen and the functionality of an iPod while carrying only one device,” nuTsie Chief Executive Jim Billmaier said in the release. “With smartphone ownership at 20% of U.S. mobile users and headed quickly toward 50%, it’s important to stay nimble and keep nuTsie current with the latest and greatest devices such as the Storm.”

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