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March 31, 2006

PeerBox Mobile P2P Mobile Music Sharing

by Darla Mack


Both Tommi and Jukka over at S60 have come across this new music file sharing software.  Don't get too excited though.  Although they claim to be legal you have to wonder just how thats possible.

This fits into the same category as Symella's P2P file sharing concept and the question that always concerns me is if they can fit a virus into those downloads.  Anything is possible.

One of the cool features is that you can record a portion or verse of a song and PeerBox will try and recognize it. 

Once you do find a song and download it, the song is saved in your gallery and can be accessed with the Music Player. 

PeerBox is currently in beta which means that all the songs are free. 


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