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WirelessDevNet.com Press Release

pearlTunes(TM) Syncs iTunes to the BlackBerry Pearl For The First Time


San Diego, CA--October 2006--Information Appliance Associates, creators of industry-leading connectivity solutions, announces the new release of pearlTunes, the first ever tool to automatically copy & convert unlicensed music from Apple iTunes on Windows to Research In Motion's new BlackBerry Pearl model.

"We're incredibly excited," said Terence Goggin, CTO of Information Appliance Associates. "We've long been able to sync iTunes music for Windows users to a wide variety of devices. We're very happy to be able to provide a solution to easily transfer music to the BlackBerry Pearl so soon after the device has entered the market."

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.

"One of the great things about the new BlackBerry Pearl is its ability to integrate multimedia into the existing BlackBerry form factor," Goggin continued. "So many users are going to fall in love with the ability to carry the music they listen to on their iTunes with them on the BlackBerry Pearl. This is a really exciting merging of two worlds. Now iTunes users can use pearlTunes to sync their non- protected digital music to their BlackBerry Pearl handhelds."

pearlTunes retails for $9.95.
More information about pearlTunes can be found at http://www.pocketmac.net/pearlTunes.html



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