Motorola's Motomusic aims to compete with iTunes for mobile phone content

Motorola is looking to challenge the domination of the iTune music carrier with its own Motomusic service. However, instead of just offering music, Motorola intend to also cater for other types of digital content including video to more mobile associated items such as wallpaper files. Apparently the service is already offering 3.5 million tracks to the public

 

According to the Economic Times website, Faisal Siddiqui the Motorola Mobile Devices Director Products and Solutions said, "Music on the move has become an integral part of the mobile users' experience. We expect the music store will enable us to cater to increasing consumer demand for mobile music downloads in the country."

 

Motorola has also introduced a music card, which allows you to buy and download music from the portal. The service was initially introduced into China and has now appeared within the Indian market.

 

Click here to read the Economic Times story

 

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