WaTunes Launch First Phone App On The Palm!

January 18, 2010 at 9:22 pm 1 comment

Source: Palm

Hey everyone,

Its an exciting time for WaTunes VIP artists. Recently, we've formed a strategic partnership with Dijit which gives you the ability to create your very own Mobile Apps. These apps then gets placed into many mobile platforms including the Palm, iPhone, Blackberry, and Android smartphones. Because we were so keen to see how this works, we decided to create an app ourselves. Now, are we surprised? Most certainly! As of now our newly created app can now be available on the Palm! This means that Palm Pre and Palm Pixi users will be able to purchase the app for $2.99 and be able to learn more about WaTunes, what we do, and be able to be updated on the latest news in the industry. 

Q: So what is our next move with Mobile Apps?

Starting in February, we're going to be offering this service to free artists that uses WaTunes to sell unlimited songs and albums to iTunes entirely free. By providing this service, this enables free users the chance to express themselves in the mobile world. Creating mobile apps is slowly but surely becoming an essential piece to increase more fans. As an artist, you're able to freely express yourself, be creative, and provide an interactive look to your web presence.

So if you're a WaTunes artist, we encourage you create your own mobile app and embrace a new movement of distribution.

Posted via email from WaTunes


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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. dudung nugroho  |  January 19, 2010 at 10:46 am

    I’m Blackberry fans, it is nice if you also could share Blackberry apps, themes



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