Bitelia Labs: Amazon cloud player y Tienda MP3


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La música encontró en internet un vehículo para circular, y ya no saldrá de ahí. Desde que eso sucedió, han surgido servicios como Spotify, que buscan una nueva forma de distribuir música vía internet, proponiendo un modelo de ingresos para los artistas y las discográficas. Hace apenas unas semanas, Google nos presentaba su plataforma de música, Google Play Music, y a raíz de eso, quisimos reseñar también un servicio similar, Amazon Cloud Player y su Tienda MP3.

Con más de un millón de álbumes a la venta en España, Amazon abrió en octubre su Tienda MP3, que se puso a disposición de los usuarios junto el servicio Amazon cloud player, para reproducir en diferentes dispositivos tanto la música comprada como la que ya tenemos en nuestra librería musical propia.

Amazon cloud player

El servicio de Amazon es muy similar en funciones y apariencia a Google Play Music, pero su gran diferencia es la cantidad de canciones propias que nos permite importar a la nube: Amazon cloud player nos deja subir 250 sin costo, mientras que en Google Play Music esta cantidad es de 20.000. Si queremos importar más canciones en el servicio de Amazon, podemos subir hasta 250.000 pagando 24,99 € al año. Las canciones se importan con una calidad de 256 Kbps.

Basándose en nuestra cuenta de Amazon, el servicio nos ofrece crear una librería donde podremos importar las canciones para tenerlas disponibles vía web o descargadas, tanto en PC y Mac como en los siguientes dispositivos: Kindle Fire, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch y los que utilicen Android.

Cómo empezar   (Artículo completo)

5 Spectacular Mobile Apps for Photographers


 

Just a few years ago, a digital camera was needed to snap a high quality photo.  Today, camera features available on smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices make it easier than ever before for anyone and everyone to capture their lives in a series of images.

Mobile device cameras have seen a steady increase in features, functionality and quality over the years.  The spawn of mobile web apps has also sparked a revolution of mobile devices capable of capturing photos with a professional touch.  If you want to enhance the picture-taking quality and ability of your mobile device, be sure to check out these five spectacular mobile apps for photographers.

1. Easy Release

Easy Release iPhone App

Anyone looking to sell photos commercially to magazines or as prints needs a model release for all photos that contain identifiable persons.  Easy Release is a mobile app made for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch that provides the tools to collect the digital signatures needed to own the rights to your photographs free and clear.  Easy Release integrates with the built-in camera of your mobile device, making the $9.99 price tag well worth the investment.

2. Pocket Light Meter

Pocket Light Meter for iPhone

Light meters ensure the perfect lighting conditions for pictures taken with an external camera.  One option to capture the perfect lighting is to carry along a traditional light meter with your external camera.  Alternatively, you can download Pocket Light Meter to your iPod, iPhone or iPad.  Pocket Light Meter offers the same features you would find in a traditional light meter and is an absolute must for serious photographers.  Free to download, the decision to download the app is a real no-brainer.  Pocket Light Meter has already undergone an upgrade to perform better in low light.

3. Adobe Photoshop Express Leer más “5 Spectacular Mobile Apps for Photographers”

Día Mundial Sin Tabaco: celébralo con SmokerSafe


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Hoy celebramos el Día Mundial Sin Tabaco, una fecha cuyo propósito es fomentar un periodo de 24 horas de abstinencia de todas las formas de consumo de tabaco. ¿Y tú? ¿Necesitas un impulso para dejar de fumar? Nosotros vamos a ayudarte con una divertida aplicación para móviles y tabletas.

El 31 de mayo de cada año la Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS) celebra el Día Mundial Sin Tabaco, cuyo objetivo consiste en señalar los riesgos que supone el consumo de tabaco para la salud y fomentar políticas eficaces de reducción de del mismo. La Asamblea Mundial de la Salud instituyó el Día Mundial Sin Tabaco en 1987 para llamar la atención hacia la epidemia de tabaquismo y sus efectos letales. Su celebración es una oportunidad para destacar mensajes concretos relacionados con el control del tabaco y fomentar la observancia del Convenio Marco de la OMS para el Control del Tabaco, ya que el consumo de este producto supone la principal epidemia prevenible a la que se enfrenta la comunidad sanitaria.

Desde la Fundación Española del Corazón (FEC) queremos animaros a todos los que aún mantenéis este hábito nocivo a que os olvidéis definitivamente del tabaco a través de SmokerSafe, una entretenida aplicación gratuita para teléfonos móviles y tabletas, que hemos elaborado con el objeto de convenceros de las ventajas de una vida sin el humo del cigarrillo a tu alrededor.

Con SmokerSafe puedes descubrir los años de vida que ganarías si dejases de fumar hoy mismo. Esta aplicación para iPhone, iPad y iPod touch te ofrece también un cálculo del ahorro económico que obtendrías al romper con el cigarrillo y una selección de atractivas posibilidades en las que emplear ese tiempo y dinero.

Para conseguir esta información solo necesitas rellenar las casillas en blanco con dos sencillos datos:

  • Número de cigarrillos que fumas al día
  • Precio de la cajetilla de tabaco que fumas habitualmente

A continuación, SmokerSafe te presentará el ahorro económico mensual… anual y a los 10 años   Leer más “Día Mundial Sin Tabaco: celébralo con SmokerSafe”

How to Secure Your Wireless (Wi-Fi) Home Network

It will decrease your Internet access speed since you are now sharing the same internet connection with other users.
It can create a security hazard* as others may hack your computers and access your personal files through your own wireless network.
What do the bad guys use – This is a public database of default usernames and passwords of wireless routers, modems, switches and other networking equipment. For instance, anyone can easily make out from the database that the factory-default settings for Linksys equipment can be accessed by using admin for both username and password fields.

Step 3. Change your Network’s SSID name
The SSID (or Wireless Network Name) of your Wireless Router is usually pre-defined as “default” or is set as the brand name of the router (e.g., linksys). Although this will not make your network inherently* more secure, changing the SSID name of your network is a good idea as it will make it more obvious for others to know which network they are connecting to.

This setting is usually under the basic wireless settings in your router’s settings page. Once this is set, you will always be sure that you are connecting to the correct Wireless network even if there are multiple wireless networks in your area. Don’t use your name, home address or other personal information in the SSID name.


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Learn how you can secure your wireless network fin simple steps. You can prevent hackers from intercepting your Wi-Fi network and also avoid casual users from using your wireless broadband connection.

This article describes how you can secure your Wireless Network from hackers and you’ll also learn about free tools that people generally use to intercept your Wi-Fi signals.
Wireless Networking (Wi-Fi) has made it so easy for you to use the computer, portable media player, mobile phones, video game consoles, and other wireless devices anywhere in the house without the clutter of cables. Leer más “How to Secure Your Wireless (Wi-Fi) Home Network”

Top 10 Mobile Apps for Designers

For the majority of designers, a typical day is diverse and without a lot of structure. Environments are widely variable, and mobile devices have become as critical an attachment as the computer. With mobile development evolving rapidly, designers can get more and more accomplished on the go, spending more time being creative and less time worrying about the tasks piling up at the studio.

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If you like this article, you might be interested in some of our older articles about 10 Great Mobile Website Designs + 5 Awesome Mobile Website Builders, 25 Original Flash Solutions for a Web/Graphic Designers Website or Avatar Movie Inspired Designers Artworks.

Below are 10 of the most essential mobile apps for designers, chosen for their utility, usability, and necessity. Even if you don’t own an Android or iPhone, this list can serve as inspiration for what you need to get next.

Sketchbook Mobile

Voted one of the “5 Must-Have iPad Apps” by Wired magazine, this amazing app from Autodesk transforms your mobile device into the ultimate sketchbook. It boasts professional sketching capabilities, a rich toolset, and intuitive interface. With just your fingers, you can create anything from a rough sketch to deeply detailed artwork, and each file can be saved in a variety of formats or imported directly to PhotoShop.

Availability: iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Android


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For the majority of designers, a typical day is diverse and without a lot of structure. Environments are widely variable, and mobile devices have become as critical an attachment as the computer. With mobile development evolving rapidly, designers can get more and more accomplished on the go, spending more time being creative and less time worrying about the tasks piling up at the studio.

You May Be Interested In The Following Posts

If you like this article, you might be interested in some of our older articles about 10 Great Mobile Website Designs + 5 Awesome Mobile Website Builders, 25 Original Flash Solutions for a Web/Graphic Designers Website or Avatar Movie Inspired Designers Artworks.


Below are 10 of the most essential mobile apps for designers, chosen for their utility, usability, and necessity. Even if you don’t own an Android or iPhone, this list can serve as inspiration for what you need to get next.

Sketchbook Mobile

Voted one of the “5 Must-Have iPad Apps” by Wired magazine, this amazing app from Autodesk transforms your mobile device into the ultimate sketchbook. It boasts professional sketching capabilities, a rich toolset, and intuitive interface. With just your fingers, you can create anything from a rough sketch to deeply detailed artwork, and each file can be saved in a variety of formats or imported directly to PhotoShop.

Availability: iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Android

Sketchbook Mobile

Palettes

Palettes is a powerful iOS app for the iPad and iPhone4 that lets you create palettes on the fly from anything, anywhere. You can select colors from a snapshot, webpage or pre-made models and store them in a handy palette library. Tapping a color from the Palette view gives you all the detail you could possibly want in the form of RGB, CMYK, Gray percentage, and Web Hex values. If you opt for the pro version, you can even import palettes into a wide variety of graphic editing programs, including the Adobe Suite.

Availability: iPhone, iPad

Palettes

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Web Developer’s Guide to Getting a Startup Up and Running

Despite the overall economic downturn, there seems to be yet another boom in web startups. In the ’90s, we saw the explosion of the Internet’s first big names, like eBay, Yahoo, Amazon, and others. In the 2000′s, social networking and the beginnings of web apps took off, planting MySpace, Facebook, and Flickr firmly on the map–the so-called Web 2.0.

But times have changed yet again, and we’re now in a new kind of web startup boom; one that is on a smaller scale, yet more prevalent due to more accessible development tools and cheaper infrastructures (powered by affordable cloud-based services such as Amazon S3). This is the app boom. The focus is on utility, cost-effectiveness, and highly targeted solutions to common problems. This can range from niche web apps to mobile device apps for iOS (iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch) and Android.

Today’s web startups are leveraging the technological and social advancements we’ve made over the past two decades, packaging them into useful tools meant to fit right into a person’s daily life.


by Brian Casel
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A Web Developer's Guide to Getting a Startup Up and Running

Despite the overall economic downturn, there seems to be yet another boom in web startups. In the ’90s, we saw the explosion of the Internet’s first big names, like eBay, Yahoo, Amazon, and others. In the 2000′s, social networking and the beginnings of web apps took off, planting MySpace, Facebook, and Flickr firmly on the map–the so-called Web 2.0.

But times have changed yet again, and we’re now in a new kind of web startup boom; one that is on a smaller scale, yet more prevalent due to more accessible development tools and cheaper infrastructures (powered by affordable cloud-based services such as Amazon S3). This is the app boom. The focus is on utility, cost-effectiveness, and highly targeted solutions to common problems. This can range from niche web apps to mobile device apps for iOS (iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch) and Android.

Today’s web startups are leveraging the technological and social advancements we’ve made over the past two decades, packaging them into useful tools meant to fit right into a person’s daily life. Leer más “Web Developer’s Guide to Getting a Startup Up and Running”

39 New Social Media Resources You May Have Missed

# 5 Magnificent Memes [Mashable Awards]
A favorite meme is a very personal thing — like a perfume, a haircut, a uniquely diagnosed neurosis.
# HOW TO: Use Social Media to Enhance Your Event
If you’re planning a conference, here are some ways to boost participation, networking, and engagement with social media.
# 7 Essential Podcasts You Should Add to Your Playlist
Need new music? Social commentary? Some poetry? Science? These seven podcasts will enlighten, inform, and entertain.
# 3 Examples of Stellar Social Media Customer Service [Mashable Awards]
Social media customer service has become a combination of troubleshooting, engagement and building community. Some companies are better at it than others.
# 3 Incredible Social Good Champions [Mashable Awards]
These three individuals and their organizations are changing the way that we think of activism.
# 10 Social Media Deals to Check In to on Black Friday
We’ve scoured the web and rounded up 10 specials and promotions offered exclusively through social media.
# 5 Facebook Profile Photos to Avoid
Your profile shot is your calling card, your public face. So why do so many of you contort it into that of a duck?
# How Investigative Journalism Is Prospering in the Age of Social Media
Social tools are making the work of investigative reporters more efficient and comprehensive. Take a look at these examples on the cutting edge of social journalism.
# HOW TO: Help Feed the Hungry With Online Donations
Many organizations that give to the hungry also have websites that can accept donations; a lot of these sites even accept Paypal. Check out some of the organizations here.
# How Online Classrooms Are Helping Haiti Rebuild Its Education System
Much of Haiti’s higher education system was destroyed in January. University of the People is helping to rebuild it — virtually.
# For the Person Who Has Everything, Go Online to Give the Gift of Charity
For that hard-to-buy-for loved one, consider a charity gift card or philanthropic donation. Check out this list of sites where you can give a donation to charity as a gift.


Looking for even more social media resources? This guide appears every weekend, and you can check out all the lists-gone-by here any time.

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Web Design Lessons from An iDevice

While I appreciate that there are many happy Android, Blackberry and WinMo users out there, after previously being an Apple hater turned convert to the iPhone I believe that the way in which the device along with its sister products the iPod Touch and iPad have been created showcase some good principles and best practices that many in our industry (regardless of their position on Apple) could follow more frequently, even if you don’t agree with some of their methods or products.


By: Alexander Dawson
http://www.onextrapixel.com/2010/11/04/web-design-lessons-from-an-idevice/

While I appreciate that there are many happy Android, Blackberry and WinMo users out there, after previously being an Apple hater turned convert to the iPhone I believe that the way in which the device along with its sister products the iPod Touch and iPad have been created showcase some good principles and best practices that many in our industry (regardless of their position on Apple) could follow more frequently, even if you don’t agree with some of their methods or products.

Web Design Lessons from An iDevice

This article is dedicated to what I believe are these great “life” lessons which can be drawn from many sources both online and offline. The reason why the focus of this article is on Apple is mainly due to the unique way it’s got lessons to highlight within its hardware and build quality, the way it’s software functions and even how it browses the web. There’s nothing like getting inspired from a non-website source to get you thinking, and hopefully this article will do just that for you too!

Note: It’s worth mentioning that many of the lessons and practices outlined in this article could be based on any number of other mobile devices, however it’s worth saying that Apple do genuinely seem able to really connect with an audience’s needs when it comes to an effective user interface. Leer más “Web Design Lessons from An iDevice”

Apple Goes After The Camera Market Too

Any iPhone owner knows that there are a lot of gadgets and objects the iPhone has replaced. Among its Web and communications abilities phone owners don’t need maps, notepads, music players and a litany of other single-serving devices.

Now, there’s something else the iPhone is poised to completely replace for many owners: the standard point and shoot camera.

Take a look at Flickr, the popular photo sharing Web site, where the statistics of the cameras used to upload images to the site show that the iPhone is by far the most popular compared to other cameras, including Nikon and Canon.

And although this trend has been a long time in the making as the iPhone’s camera quality has improved, a new series of patents that have emerged from the company show that the Apple could completely replace the traditional camera for many.


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Apple patent via Patently Apple A new Apple patent shows an array of camera flashes that can be focused on a specific area.

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Any iPhone owner knows that there are a lot of gadgets and objects the iPhone has replaced. Among its Web and communications abilities phone owners don’t need maps, notepads, music players and a litany of other single-serving devices.

Now, there’s something else the iPhone is poised to completely replace for many owners: the standard point and shoot camera.

Take a look at Flickr, the popular photo sharing Web site, where the statistics of the cameras used to upload images to the site show that the iPhone is by far the most popular compared to other cameras, including Nikon and Canon.

And although this trend has been a long time in the making as the iPhone’s camera quality has improved, a new series of patents that have emerged from the company show that the Apple could completely replace the traditional camera for many. Leer más “Apple Goes After The Camera Market Too”

Steve Jobs, Apple | MARKETER OF THE YEAR 2010

Apple CEO Steve Jobs is having none of this. As everyone knows, Apple’s success is based at least in part on opacity. The brand has no Facebook or Twitter page, doesn’t respond to media requests (including one from this publication) and sometimes uses heavy-handed tactics to censor information. Apple’s mania for secrecy reached its apogee with the iPad.

While some news outlets accurately predicted the device’s debut (and its name!) seven months early, not a peep came from headquarters in Cupertino, Calif., until Jobs’ official announcement on Jan. 27. By then, bloggers had whipped up so much buzz that the iPad announcement nearly eclipsed the State of the Union address the next day.


By Todd Wasserman

In 2010, the standard advice for marketers is: Be transparent. Embrace social media. Start a dialogue with your audience.

Apple CEO Steve Jobs is having none of this. As everyone knows, Apple’s success is based at least in part on opacity. The brand has no Facebook or Twitter page, doesn’t respond to media requests (including one from this publication) and sometimes uses heavy-handed tactics to censor information. Apple’s mania for secrecy reached its apogee with the iPad.

While some news outlets accurately predicted the device’s debut (and its name!) seven months early, not a peep came from headquarters in Cupertino, Calif., until Jobs’ official announcement on Jan. 27. By then, bloggers had whipped up so much buzz that the iPad announcement nearly eclipsed the State of the Union address the next day.

It’s easy to conclude now, as sales of the iPad have surpassed 3 million units, that the device’s success was preordained. But industry watchers credit the marketing. Leer más “Steve Jobs, Apple | MARKETER OF THE YEAR 2010”

NIKE / NIKE+ GPS

For those of you still unfamiliar with Nike’s slight awesome piece of digital running utility, here’s a quick recap…

In 2006 the brand partnered with Apple to launch the groundbreaking Nike+ service. This uses a small accelerometer placed in the user’s shoe, which communicates either with a special wristband, or directly with an iPod Nano, Touch or iPhone. Data around the distance and pace of each run can then be transferred and shared online with the rest of the Nike+ community.

The new app, however, makes use of the GPS capability on the more recent iPhones and iPod Touch. This means that not only can the user ditch the separate accelerometer, but in doing so, gain access to a whole new geo-specific dataset. Here’s how it works…


After downloading the £1.19 app and heading out for a run, the user can track (via Google Maps) the exact route they are taking – including a breakdown of pace and distance at different points in the workout. If there is no GPS signal available, or they are simply working the treadmill, the app will default to the original accelerometer measurement, still relaying data on time, distance, pace, calories burned etc.
Nike builds on the success of its groundbreaking Nike+ application with GPS functionality as well as a host of other goodies Leer más “NIKE / NIKE+ GPS”

Nike+ GPS App for iPhone Challenges All Fitness App Rivals

Nike+ also offers voice feedback, letting you know how your run is going, and syncs with Nike’s 3-million-strong NikePlus.com community, Twitter, and Facebook. All of that is also offered by Runkeeper, but Nike+ has in-run motivational messages from trainers and celebrities! So how is Runkeeper feeling about Nike’s newest encroachment on their turf?

Confident, it seems. In a blog post, Runkeeper played up the company’s scrappy quickness and ability to react, claiming its willingness to work with every shoe manufacturer and every aspect of the fitness world is an advantage.

And in the end, our input-agnostic approach, our headstart, our ability to move quickly, and our ability to push the envelope in areas that would make big companies uncomfortable, will prevail. And while it is scary to have these big, well-resourced competitors jumping in, we believe strongly that our approach is the right one, and that the independent system will win in the end.


BY Dan Nosowitz

Nike+ has taken awhile to move into the modern age, but it’s finally here. Nike+ started out as a fitness app for the Apple iPod line (Touch and Nano), but required separate hardware–in this case, specific Nike sneakers with an embedded chip–to actually track progress. In the meantime, competitors like Adidas MiCoach and the independent, Boston-based Runkeeper have (please pardon the pun) run with the idea (sorry!) and created fully autonomous GPS-tracking fitness apps that offer advanced features like Google Maps tracking and social networking.

So what’s a sneaker giant to do? Update the app, that’s what. This weekend, Nike updated the Nike+ app to offer new features that can actually compete with the scrappy upstarts like Runkeeper. Like its smaller competitors, the new Nike+ inserts your path into Google Maps as well as tracking the usual stats like pace, distance, and calories burned. Leer más “Nike+ GPS App for iPhone Challenges All Fitness App Rivals”

Apple’s Entertainment Roadmap: Simple, Connected, and In the Cloud

At the 2008 World Wide Developer Conference, CEO Steve Jobs showed a three-legged stool during his presentation. Each leg represented one part of Apple’s business: Music, iPhone and Mac. After the event, many people wondered where Apple TV fit in–where was the fourth leg? Today, we found out.

The new Apple TV is streamlined to a fault, and forgoes two major elements that just about every other competing media streamer offers: internal and external storage. Apple TV has no internal storage, like a hard drive or flash storage for you to store the movies you own.

“People don’t want to think about managing storage, they just want to watch their shows,” Jobs said during the event. “They don’t want to sync to a computer, most don’t even know what that is. And they want whatever the hardware is to be silent, cool, and small.”


BY Dan Nosowitz

Steve Jobs presentation

There were few surprises during today’s Apple event, many of the new products–including the touchscreen Nano, a social network, a cheaper Netflix-toting Apple TV, and front-facing-camera-toting iPod Touch–were rumored with surprising accuracy. But put together, these announcements reveal a lot about where Apple is pushing its entertainment division. Leer más “Apple’s Entertainment Roadmap: Simple, Connected, and In the Cloud”

Apple Patents a Desktop Touch-Screen Computer

It was only a matter of time.

You can touch your iPod, changing songs with the swipe of a finger. You can touch your iPhone, clicking away on a virtual keyboard or zooming into images and maps. You can touch your iPad, flipping though a book or digital magazine or playing games on the nine-inch screen. So it only makes sense that you should be able to touch your iMac.

A European patent uncovered by the blog Patently Apple indicates that Apple could bring multitouch to the desktop, giving computer users the ability to touch the screen of the display in addition to the computer’s keyboard.

The patent shows a series of sensors that could be added to a standard iMac, including an accelerometer to detect the angle of the screen and in turn change the display’s resolution or orientation.


By NICK BILTON

The United States Patent and Trademark Office via patentlyapple.com An Apple patent offers clues to a possible new iMac with a touch screen and iOS interface.

Touchscreen iMac

It was only a matter of time.

You can touch your iPod, changing songs with the swipe of a finger. You can touch your iPhone, clicking away on a virtual keyboard or zooming into images and maps. You can touch your iPad, flipping though a book or digital magazine or playing games on the nine-inch screen. So it only makes sense that you should be able to touch your iMac.

A European patent uncovered by the blog Patently Apple indicates that Apple could bring multitouch to the desktop, giving computer users the ability to touch the screen of the display in addition to the computer’s keyboard.

The patent shows a series of sensors that could be added to a standard iMac, including an accelerometer to detect the angle of the screen and in turn change the display’s resolution or orientation. Leer más “Apple Patents a Desktop Touch-Screen Computer”

David Beckham será la imagen de una marca de Fitness interactivo

David Beckham ha sido elegido por la marca EA Sport, especializada en fitness interactivo y entrenamientos personalizados para promocionar sus programas de acondicionamiento físico.

El futbolista, que se encuentra en el ocaso de su carrera pero cuya luz publicitaria no se apaga, aparecerá en las publicidades de la marca en Europa y Australia, según informó la empresa.

En el anuncio de la marca se puede ver al deportista luciendo cuerpo vestido de otro de sus patrocinadores, la marca Adidas, mientras corre y se ejercita en un estadio vacío.

Este sofware estará disponible a partir del 19 de septiembre y es compatible con los sistemas Xbox 360 de Microsoft, PlayStation 3, Wii, iPhone y iPod touch.


David Beckham ha sido elegido por la marca EA Sport, especializada en fitness interactivo y entrenamientos personalizados para promocionar sus programas de acondicionamiento físico.

El futbolista, que se encuentra en el ocaso de su carrera pero cuya luz publicitaria no se apaga, aparecerá en las publicidades de la marca en Europa y Australia, según informó la empresa.

En el anuncio de la marca se puede ver al deportista luciendo cuerpo vestido de otro de sus patrocinadores, la marca Adidas, mientras corre y se ejercita en un estadio vacío.

Este sofware estará disponible a partir del 19 de septiembre y es compatible con los sistemas Xbox 360 de Microsoft, PlayStation 3, Wii, iPhone y iPod touch.


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