RealNetworks unveils RealPlayer SP application for mobiles

Thursday 25 June 2009 | 09:31 CET | News
Digital entertainment services company RealNetworks has unveiled the RealPlayer SP application. RealPlayer SP application enables people to take internet video with them on their favourite device, including the Blackberry smartphones, a range of Nokia S60 devices, Palm Pre, iPhone, iPod, iTunes and Xbox, through automatic conversion and transfer to the correct device format. Once a video is downloaded, users select the make of the mobile phone, portable media player, or games system from the menu and RealPlayer SP automatically converts video for playback on the media player. The same videos can be shared with friends through Twitter, Facebook, or e-mail with one extra click. RealPlayer SP also provides customers with new customisation options, including the ability to add device profiles, modify the format and size of a video, and create audio-only files. RealPlayer SP works with the device's existing media player so no additional download is required to the device. It also provides support for the latest versions of Firefox, Internet Explorer and Google Chrome. RealPlayer SP software application is available for the BlackBerry Bold, BlackBerry Curve series (models 83xx and 8900), BlackBerry 8800 series and BlackBerry Storm smartphones. RealPlayer SP Beta is available as a free download from RealPlayer's website. Support for h.264 video conversion, DVD playback, and DVD burning is available to those customers who upgrade to RealPlayer Plus SP at a one-time cost of USD 39.99.

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