Steve Jobs said at his San Francisco Macworld keynote address that over 14 million iPods were sold in the last quarter. That’s a lot of people who can take now their tunes on the road with them – and we can help them figure out the best way how to get them to play them in their cars.
Canton, CT (PRWEB) January 11, 2006
A new niche website, TuneVroom.com, has recently launched to provide the latest news, helpful product reviews, installation tips, and convenient links to useful information for “all things related to Apple’s iPod and integrating it into your automobile.”
While it’s nice to listen to your library of music in your home or office, you’ll find great ways to listen to them in your car. TuneVroom informs its readers with a variety of car integration methods – from the easy and inexpensive (cassette adapters, for example) to the more costly and complex direct-connection kits.
The website also includes many extras. Written using a blog platform, it offers relevant and timely car integration products (including first looks and reviews), a forum where readers can get involved by discussing products and best practices, and the ability to easily purchase goods at great deals. TuneVroom.com also plans to launch contests with great product prizes and monthly polls to keep the communication flowing both ways.
“We created TuneVroom.com because we are passionate about our iPods and realized there were no sites that offered a lot of information about iPod-to-car integration. We want to be the ultimate resource,” said publisher and owner, Dana Rockel.
Karen Jackie, the other publisher and owner, added, “Steve Jobs said at his San Francisco Macworld keynote address that over 14 million iPods were sold in the last quarter. That’s a lot of people who can take now their tunes on the road with them – and we can help them figure out the best way how to get them to play them in their cars.”
TuneVroom.com is a Connecticut-based website that is dedicated to covering up-to-the-minute and comprehensive news, information, and product reviews describing how to integrate iPods into automobiles. TuneVroom also publishes a companion site, MacVroom.com which is dedicated to integrating Mac minis into cars. Both TuneVroom.com and MacVroom.com are part of the ContentRobot, a blog platform and content provider.
Dana Rockel 860-573-6757
Karen Jackie 860-985-6515
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