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Simplify Media — makers of computer-to-iPhone music streaming music apps — announced last week that they've decided to take their technology "in a new direction" and has pulled all applications from the App Store. According to a post on their blog, the decision to remove the apps was done in order to focus on re-launching the technology at some point in the future. Current owners will still be able to use the service for "at least" three more months, although new account creation will be disabled shortly.
Past and present users of Simplify will likely agree that, while the service is useful, it's not very reliable. Simplify has chosen to not share their future plans, although we're guessing that a stronger, more reliable version of the service is in the cards for the future.
Simplify Media has released Simplify Music 2.0 to the App Store today. Simplify Music lets you stream non-DRM music from your iTunes library on your desktop to your iPhone or iPod touch over Wi-Fi, Edge or 3G (respectively), as well as music from libraries of up to 30 friends. The new version adds search features, favorites, playlists, and a "scrub bar". Video after the break.