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08-22-2008 12:44 PM
A little new and I've been searching but no luck. My frient has an iPhone that all she has to do is click a button, hold up her iPhone, and it tells her what song is playing, the artist, etc. Is there a program similar to this for a BB Curve? And not the Nobex Radio Companion - all that does is give me the playlist of my local radio stations - something I can do by going to their sites.
Any help would be appreciated.
08-22-2008 02:09 PM
hello, it is called Shazam. It's free for iPhones users. For other mobile phone users, it is also available as soon as they can install Java applications (jad/jar).
08-22-2008 02:23 PM
Thank for the tip. I went and looked it up, and it appears to only be available in the UK at the moment. Sorry, should have added that - I'm in Missouri, USA right now.
It looks like they are preparing for the US to limited companies, though. But, not T-mobile.
BB Curve (8320)
08-22-2008 02:44 PM
AT&T seems to have made a concurrent of Shazam, called MusicId :
08-22-2008 03:04 PM