RIM’s attempts to make BlackBerry a significant mobile music platform have been boosted by a new app called PushLife, which aims to help people manage their music better on their handsets. It synchs with iTunes or Windows Media Player, and offers a feature called ‘Jewel Case’ to offer additional content around their music collections – including lyrics, artist bios and photos. There’s also a sharing option for users to tweet whatever track they’re listening to – with a link to the iTunes Store automatically added to that tweet so their followers can click through to buy it. Source: CrackBerry

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