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Quick look at 3 different applications for accessing your music library directly from mobile phone.

IMPORTANT: All listed services are FREE, however depending on your mobile plan data transfer fees may apply. I recommended that you contact your mobile carrier and find out about your ‘data transfer’ charges before going with any of the below listed music applications.

[NO LONGER WORKS] SimplifyMedia

Simplify-Media Logo SimplifyMedia is a one of a kind application (Mac, Win) that lets you easily share your music library with friends and allow them to access and stream your tracks without leaving their iTunes player (screenshot). The best part about it is that it works even if you are NOT in the same network. You can also use it to access your own music library from other computers and most importantly from your iPhone or iPod Touch.

How To install SimplifyMedia on iPod Touch or iPhone:

  • 1. Download SimplifyMedia client to your computer (Win / Mac) and complete sign-up process.
  • 2. Download and install SimplifyMedia Mobile on your Apple device using the AppTap Installer.
  • 3. From your device: Sign in with your Simplify Media username and password.



Nutsie brings your iTunes library to your mobile phone. It takes a copy of your iTunes library file (get it from File->Export) and creates an identical online copy of it. Although sometimes it may take a while (1-2 days) to generate your library, it’s totally worth it.

iTunes -  Access Your iTunes Music Library from Mobile Phone

Once your library is ready, you will be able to access it both from your mobile phone or any web-connected PC. Unlike SimplifyMedia, Nutsie streams music from their own servers and NOT from your PC so there is no need to keep it up and running.

When you access Nutsie online you also get an option to share your playlists with friends and access hundreds of shared playlists created by other Nutsie users. For more details and video demo go to Nutsie Review on MUO Directory.

Mundu Radio

Mundu is all about mobile radio. Basically, it’s a tiny mobile client that allows users to access hundreds of digital internet radio stations from several phone models.

Mundu Radio: Access Radio from Mobile Phone

Features include: browse radio stations by name or music genre, bookmark favorite stations to “˜favorites’ list, manage station lists online, and more. Sound quality may vary depending main only on your network speed.

Did we miss anything? Let us know in comments. Enjoy!

  1. kool dude
    January 5, 2008 at 12:50 am

    i prefer something totally different. Without sounding like a bloody ad for these guys, but have a look why. a href=""> it allows me to do few things:
    1_stream on mobile
    2_stream on web
    3_stream on social communities a href="">
    4_upload music & disover music from peers
    5_customise my player and playlist

    i like the last one the most!

    dont like u can go and bitch them out....hehehe

  2. Rico
    December 27, 2007 at 12:18 am

    I own an old Dell Axim X5 and Mundu Radio works great via wifi. I can listen to more than just the MP3s that I have on my SD card.

    • Aibek
      December 27, 2007 at 9:26 am

      Dell Axim X5 ? Is it a cell phone. :?

  3. t d
    December 15, 2007 at 5:27 am

    Orb is a GREAT service.
    it has a SMS feature but I've never tried streaming to my mobile since it doesn't have internet access...

    • Aibek
      December 16, 2007 at 6:36 pm

      I tried it a long time ago, but found it rather slow and unfriendly.I guess they improved it. By the way, you mentioned something abt SMS feature, how does it work?

  4. jonfredric
    December 13, 2007 at 1:21 pm

    Why is nuTsie so cool?

    I mean, all it lets you do is stream your entire itunes library and playlists, share and swap playlists with friends or strangers, and is accessible from any web-connected computer and most cell phones...

    Why then??

    • Aibek
      December 14, 2007 at 5:45 pm

      I am not really sure what you mean by "Why then??".

      • jonfredric
        December 17, 2007 at 11:51 am

        why then would you use it?

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