Last time we mentioned Didiom it seems like you guys really liked it. Well there’s an update. Didiom has now released Didiom Pro and it’s live on Marketplace.  So what changed? They made the quality of streams higher and they gave you the ability to download songs to your phone, along with more stability and UI improvements. This can come in handy if you’re going to be traveling so instead of streaming you will have them available locally as well. There’s also a price tag now – it’s $10 which isn’t that bad in the scheme of things – it’s cheaper than getting a larger memory card. Here’s the description from Marketplace:
With faster navigation and new features, Didiom Pro connects you to your home computer’s audio collection, right from your phone. Stream anything from your Michael Jackson albums to CNN podcasts to Harry Potter audiobooks stored on your computer, or download your favorite tracks wirelessly to listen to on your phone offline. To use Didiom Pro, you will need to download Didiom Pro Desktop at Didiom.com/pro.exe and make sure it monitors the folders where you store your audio collection.
Features:

  • Stream music, podcasts, and audiobooks from your computer to your phone.
  • Download your favorite tracks wirelessly to listen to on your phone offline.
  • Use your phone to listen to playlists stored on your computer.

You can read more about it on Didiom’s website. And yes, there are other apps to stream music for free but this one is very easy to setup and very easy to use. And it does appear that you can get the app from their website as well (for those of you who hat Marketplace) but it seems like the $10 is an annual fee while there’s no mention of that on Marketplace

2 COMMENTS

  1. Who needs Marketplace? I set up a premium account on their site for $0.99/month and downloaded the new app directly from m.didiom.com to my WinMo. Much easier (and cheaper) than getting it from Marketplace. The new app is very cool! Now they should add video :)

  2. I did try it some time back, and it was easy and even finger-friendly but I’m not the type that leaves my computer on all day so it wasn’t convenient for me. Now, my digital library also isn’t very large yet, so the perceived need isn’t so big. (But I just followed my husband’s lead and joined emusic.com and that’s going to change rapidly, so Didiom’s service may start to become more desirable.)

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