Helio Lets Users Manage Music and Media From PCs
Dec 18, 2007, 3:20 PM by Eric Lin
Helio today announced the Helio Player for Windows. This software lets user manage and transfer music, movies and pictures between current Helio models from the Drift to the Fin and a host computer. It also enables members to download music bought on their Helio handset to a PC and transfer music bought on the PC to their phone. Users can search and buy music using the Player for 99 cents per track, while music purchased on the handset for download over the air and to the PC costs $1.99.
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Helio Media Mover Pre-installed