September 25, 2008

Load2Mobile Turns Mobile Phones Into Music Players – Wirelessly

SAN DIEGO, Sept. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- MP3tunes ( is pleased to announce the global launch of its free Load2Mobile service, which lets people turn their cell phones into robust personal music players without cables - completely wirelessly. Load2Mobile works with virtually any phone with text and music capability, including devices from BlackBerry, Nokia, Motorola, Samsung, LG and Sony Ericsson.

Music fans can use Load2Mobile right away by visiting Clicking the "Choose Song For Mobile" button locates song files on a computer and also allows for simple, one-step signup for a Load2Mobile account. Type in the mobile number and with a couple more clicks, the song is sent wirelessly, optimized for high-quality listening in a small file size.

In addition to this simple process of sending a song with a text message, Load2Mobile can send songs from any web page using the Load2Mobile plug-in for Internet Explorer or Firefox. And after adding their own music library to the MP3tunes Music Locker, people have even more options for moving songs to their phone with just a click. Finally, Load2Mobile also has free software for many phones, so songs can be sent directly without using a text message. For more information visit

"Many people don't realize that their existing phone is already designed to play music, and that they just need an easy way to put songs onto it, which is what Load2Mobile does," commented Michael Robertson, CEO of MP3tunes. "Using just a web browser you can send your personal music to your mobile completely wirelessly, something not even possible on the most expensive iPhone."

About MP3tunes:

MP3tunes is a Music Service Provider (MSP) with a digital Music Locker delivering online storage and unlimited listening, coupled with specialized applications for streaming optimization. MP3tunes gives users a simple way to sync personal music collections to a private and secure online Music Locker and listen through any web browser, along with a growing number of cutting-edge home entertainment and mobile devices, including the Logitech Squeezebox Duet and Boom network music systems, Reciva Internet Radios, Nintendo Wii, Sony PlayStation 3, and Windows Mobile devices, via its open Music API (Application Programming Interface). The company was started in 2005 by Michael Robertson, the original founder of For more information, please visit


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