Didiom updated, now finally actually supports VGA screens

Didiom, the mobile music service which allows you to stream your iTunes music to your smartphone and also purchase music from a library of 1 million songs now finally supports the latest batch of Windows Mobile devices with VGA screens.

The update, version (0.9.1) also brings some other new features:

• New ways to find your music: In addition to browsing your home computer’s music library from your phone, you now can search for specific songs, albums, artists or playlists. This may be particularly helpful if you have a lot of audio files on your PC and find it difficult to browse your entire library on your phone’s screen.
• Faster access to your home computer’s music library: A Stream button was added to the mobile application’s home screen. Now in just two clicks you can access your iTunes library from your phone.
• Improved music store search: The new release lets you search our MP3 megastore by genre, and sort the search results by the new releases and music downloads we have just added. This way you can quickly see what’s new in your favorite genres. A More Music button to simplify navigation was also added.
• Placeshifting enhancement: Improved back-end with server-side changes to manage placeshifting efficiently and provide support in case connectivity issues arise.

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