Saturday, April 09, 2011

Google Acquires PushLife Syncing Service as it Prepares to Launch its New Streaming Music Service — NewsGrange

Making all of your digital music accessible and useful (via Louis Gray)

PushLife, a Toronto-based startup that allows users to sync their iTunes and Windows Media Player libraries with Android and BlackBerry smartphones, has been acquired by Google. The company, which was founded in 2008, describes its mission as helping users to “play, organize, share and purchase digital content across multiple devices” and calls itself “the best upgrade to your BlackBerry and Android media player.”  The PushLife team will join Google’s engineering team in Canada.

Google Acquires PushLife Syncing Service as it Prepares to Launch its New Streaming Music Service — NewsGrange

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