nuTsie music service coming to BlackBerry

Melodeo has announced that their music service nuTsie will be coming to BlackBerry in the spring. nuTsie allows users to upload their iTunes playlists — not the songs themselves, just the metadata associated with them — to nuTsie and then stream the music to their phone or PC. The songs are streamed from the nuTsie servers rather than the user’s PC so the music is always guaranteed to be available. The obvious downside is, of course, that all the music in your library might not be present. nuTsie also offers features like sharing playlists with friends, lists of similar artists, and even a partnership with LyricFind to browse song lyrics. The project has been in beta for a while now and it’s nice to see the light at the end of tunnel.

5 Responses to “nuTsie music service coming to BlackBerry”

  1. 1 Tim

    I have been using nutsie on my blackberry pearl for awhile now and seems to work fine

  2. 2 Lewis

    nuTsie coming to Blackberry??? But i had this app on my blackberry for more then 4 months!

  3. 3 Dave

    Lewis, you are correct… we made a beta version available a few months ago. Thanks for becoming one of the early beta users. This announcement is about RIM agreeing to add nuTsie to its “Built for BlackBerry” program, and make it officially available on the BlackBerry mobile website. Being part of the program also allows us to make it easier to download and activate nuTsie (no more “JAR” errors that some users experience).

  4. 4 David

    I signed up for this a few days ago, and I must say it is one outstanding program. Great work Dave.

  5. 5 Cathy Anderson

    I downloaded nutsie to my pearl today but can’t get it to connect. It says I don’t have data service but all other apps are connecting just fine. Suggestions?

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