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Music lovers have a reason to cheer up and swimmers can have lot more fun while under water. Now, water proof cases are available for iPods and iPhones to enjoy swimming for long time and listen to your favorite songs. Already iPhones are loaded with extraordinary features and now you have great covers also to let you hear music while under water or swimming. Even if you do not own iPod or iPhone, no need to worry, this case can also accommodate other mp3 players and mobile phones.
Waterproof Armband provides a fully , wearable water sports music solution. The ClearTouch window of this case enables full access to your touch screen. In case, it comes off your arm, no issues, it will float to the surface, even if your device is inside. But always remember, using regular ear buds will result in unpleasant and possibly deadly sensations, so always wear waterproof ear buds with your waterproof armband. It provides 100% waterproof protection up to depths of 12 feet for both the original iPhone and the 3G version as well as almost every iPod, MP3 player and cell phones.
This armband is retailing at around $70 and $80 for medium and large sizes respectively. It would be recommended to buy the larger size, which is compatible with both versions of the iPhone, and iPod nanos as well.
It is all Entertainment; all major search engines realized that more than 10% of all Internet search queries are related to entertainment. So, why not create a separate channel for entertainment and music lovers. In June, Microsoft launched a separate vertical for entertainment search queries and integrated in Bing and promoted results for Zune. Google is also working on something similar and planning to build a music download service of its own.
Both Google and Bing provide links to stream full songs found in search results, but Bing provides additional details on lyrics and buy links. After launching this service, Google will integrate this service to its search engine and music searches on Google will link to full song streams provided by MySpace Music, as well as Twitter updates. This search giant still leads the pack with around 70% of market share for searches in US but when it comes to music, it is none other than Apple, which commands 70% of digital music download sales in the United States. This is the reason why both Microsoft and Google are trying to compete with Apple through their mobile platforms.