iTunes? More like pearlTunes

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pearltune.jpgHappy now? One of the industry leaders in connectivity solutions, Information Appliance Associates, has put together a little bit of goodness with pearlTunes, the “first ever tool to automatically copy & convert unlicensed music from Apple iTunes”. Unliscened music, eh? Well, it’s a start.

“pearlTunes copies MP3s and other unprotected digital music from selected playlists on iTunes for Windows to the MicroSD memory card on the user’s BlackBerry Pearl. This allows the user to copy just favorite selections to the BlackBerry Pearl.”

Well, appears as though the efforts are being put forth to make the Pearl your carry-all gadget and living up to Balsillie’s “magic trifecta”. More information about pearlTunes can be found here. You’re looking at a $9.95 USD pricetag.

  • Dan

    No Mac version… oh the irony. When is Apple going to just build in Pearl syncing into iTunes?

  • Dan

    No Mac version… oh the irony. When is Apple going to just build in Pearl syncing into iTunes?

  • jhayman

    I don’t have a Pearl, but can’t you just drag and drop?

    1) Mount the Pearl as removable storage device
    2) Launch iTunes
    3) Select the songs you want
    4) Drag the songs onto the removable storage device

  • jhayman

    I don’t have a Pearl, but can’t you just drag and drop?

    1) Mount the Pearl as removable storage device
    2) Launch iTunes
    3) Select the songs you want
    4) Drag the songs onto the removable storage device