AllTell Launches JumpMusic to Transfer Music to Phones

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Friday, May 11th, 2007


Jump Music is a piece of software designed by super-ninja design house frog design for AllTell phones. It’s essentially an iTunes alike and speeds up the transfer of music from your desktop to your “LG AX8600, MOTOKRZR K1m and MOTORAZR V3m, and the Samsung u520 as well as The Wafer by Samsung.” It has direct compatibility with eMusic, which is kind of cool. All of this requires you to have an AllTell account, obivously, and you can download it now.

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