ROK launches music-to-mobile media store

Mobile phones

ROK is the latest company to set up its own media store, but differs slightly by pitching its offering for memory card storage.

ROK Media Store is a free web-based application that allows you to upload your collection to your PC, then ‘sideload’ it to your memory card on your mobile. And if you’re short of something, you can buy music and video online, delivered using ROK’s content-compression and copy-protection technologies.

According to Laurence Alexander, CEO of ROK: “Most handsets are now sold with a removable memory card and while the cost of memory cards has fallen considerable in the past year or so, their capacity is increasing all the time. So we see people building a library of memory cards containing their favourite music, managed via Media Store.”

The application is available to download now.

ROK Media Store

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