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    Has anyone tried the version with ads? Is it worth it? I already have ptunes and kinoma.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonylmiller View Post
    Has anyone tried the version with ads? Is it worth it? I already have ptunes and kinoma.
    I bought it a year ago without the ads, its really not worth buying unless you cant live without the ole' ipod clickwheel. I prefer ptunes.
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    Is this an ad supported version, or are they truly giving it away?
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    The free version is the one with ads. It's always been that way. I used it for awhile, I loved the built-in iTunes playlist sync; but when I used it with Audio Gateway there was a software clash & it made my Bluetooth speakers crackle horribly. I switched back to pTunes & it still works perfectly, can't live without my stereo Bluetooth
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    Thanks for clarifying that for me. For a moment, I thought they might've EOLd their product and just decided to give it away (a la Skin UI).
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    Does anyone know if mOcean sync will see SD cards larger than the 4GB PalmOS officially supports? I have an 8GB card in my Centro and want a simple sync solution. I got the new Pocket Tunes 5.0 but it only will sync 4GB and I was looking for an alternative.

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