Posted by Donny Torrefranca
Google is preparing to have their own sync-to-mobile music app, and an interface for their Cloud media service. With the acquisition of PushLife, it looks like they’re preparation is almost complete.
PushLife, a desktop-enabled mobile service is capable of syncing your non-iDevice smartphone (Blackberry, Symbian or Android) to sync with iTunes and transfer your music and playlist flawlessly.
A user plugs their PushLife-enabled phone into their desktop computer, just like they would an iPod. The PushLife desktop plug-in automatically starts and syncs with iTunes™ and Windows Media Player™.
Heading over to the PushLife website today will direct you to the official message regarding Google’s takeover.
Founded by a former Research In Motion employee, Ray Reddy. Toronto based PushLife was purchased by Google for USD $25 Million. Stay tuned for more details.
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