Listen to Music from Computer on your Cell Phone with Didiom

With Didiom, you can use your phone to access songs and playlists stored on your computer through wireless streaming. Just download Didiom to your phone and desktop and you’ll be ready to navigate the music files stored on your PC.

October 16, 2008

didiomDidiom is a new service that may interest music fans who want to stream songs and iTunes playlists stored on a PC on to their cell phone over the Internet, for free.

Didiom works like this: you download a desktop application (no Mac support yet) and select folders containing audio files that you want to listen on your mobile phone.

Next install the Didiom app on your phone and once authenticated, you can browse music libraries on your computer and listen them on your phone wirelessly anywhere as long as the phone and the desktop are connected to the Internet.

Didiom is available for most smartphones including BlackBerry and Windows Mobile devices. It can also stream music arranged in your your iTunes music library.

Related: Play Songs Stored on your Home Computer at Work