Software Will Play Podcasts On Cell Phones|
Mobile software vendor Melodeo said Friday it is developing software that will locate and download podcasts to cell phones.
The company said its Mobilcast software can be added to cell phones, although it did not say which phones would be supported.
"The mobile phone is the perfect tool for finding and listening to Podcasts," Don Davidge, the company's senior vice president of sales, said in a statement.
According to a demonstration on the company's Web site, the software will connect to a server and look for updated podcasts. The software will display all available podcasts and the user can select the one he or she wants. The company's Web site said the Mobilcast software will be available in September.
In addition to podcasts, Melodeo offers software that can find and acquire items such as ring tones and wallpaper, the company said.
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