Here’s a problem: Let’s say you’re a diabolical dictator bent on world domination. You’ve decided to bypass the corporate mass media (which can’t be trusted) and inform the little people of your plans via podcast. You create one—only you don’t have a method of broadcasting the podcast, since you insist on personally playing your message directly onto the iDevices of your soon-to-be thralls.
The answer, of course, is the world-domination tool TuneMob. As long as you can gather everyone in the world into the same room. And by everyone, I mean a maximum of seven people. Who all need to be running TuneMob. And have fairly newish iDevices.
The app lets anyone with TuneMob simultaneously broadcast a track to six other iPads, iPhones or iPods over Bluetooth. No one else needs to have the track played, just the app and a Bluetooth connection.
O.K., so I suppose TuneMob could also be used to keep everyone in a car happy on a long trip, or used by a spin instructor to broadcast tunes and instructions to a (small) class if everyone had their earphones on, or play a song really loudly if all seven devices were connected to speakers. You’ll find a use for it, probably.