Seattle, WA (PRWEB) January 15, 2007
Perooz.com® (http://www.perooz.com), the free web-based service that provides mainstream magazines, music, videos and much more for devices such as the Sony PSP and Apple iPod now provides content for the Microsoft Zune.
With the launch of the much anticipated Microsoft Zune, Perooz.com has been hard at work optimizing its catalogue of content for the Zune in order to be ready for the expected demand.
"Since Microsoft first announced the possibility of the Zune, we have received requests from our users to have Zune compatible content in time for the release," says co-founder Jason Schuller. "Rest assured, we have a great selection of the most popular content ready for the Zune as well as most of the other major portable media devices."
The Zune boasts one of the largest LCD displays on the market today; Perfect for downloading and viewing any of the hundreds of magazines and videos now found on Perooz.com.
In addition to providing content for the Zune, Perooz.com also supports content for the Sony PSP, 5th Gen iPod, Zen Vision M, Zen Vision W, Sony Mylo, Archos 604 and the iRiver CliX.
Perooz.com would also like to officially welcome the Palm Treo, Samsung BlackJack, Motorola Q, T-Mobile Dash and the BlackBerry 8700 to the list of supported devices. From here on out, Smartphone users will be able to get the latest in Mobile Magazines and more.
Perooz.com has updated their look to give users the maximum amount of content as efficiently as possible. The "Featured Content" carousel at the top of the page acts as a showcase for all the latest content for mobile devices highlighted on Perooz.com. Users can also expand the "Perooz News & Reviews" title to browse all the content archives by category or featured content partners.
http://www.Perooz.com was conceived by partners Jason Schuller and Brian Slettvet - accomplished professionals in the world of software and web development. Rounding out the executive team are former industry veterans from MSN's Internet Division and executives from iCopywrite and Excito Media.