birdPod Customer Base Grows and Market Momentum Accelerates with Hands-On Reviews by Well-Known Birders

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birdPod Customer Base Grows and Market Momentum Accelerates with Hands-On Reviews by Well-Known Birders










Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 27, 2006

birdPod (http://www.ibirdpod.com), the only bird song organizer for the extremely portable and easy-to-use Apple iPod, continues to gain customers and momentum as the spring bird migration takes flight. Birder buying decisions were supported by hands-on reviews by three well-known and active birders: Jeff Gordon in the May/June issue of Birdwatcher’s Digest, Don and Lillian Stokes in Stokes Bird News April 2006, and Mike Bergin on his 10,000Birds.com web site.

Jeff Gordon in a “Well-Equipped Birder” article the May/June edition of BirdWatcher’s Digest, commented, “I think the people at birdPod have provided a valuable service to a large segment of the birding community, making the application of nifty new technology easier and more accessible.”

Don and Lillian Stokes, said, “Every birder is challenged when it comes to song identification, one of the greatest bird identification skills. Both beginners and advanced birders can fast forward their bird IDs with the intuitively-organized and incredibly easy-to-use birdPod.”

Mike Bergin of 10,000 birds.com discussed “Beautiful birdPod” in his recent review: “As a marriage of an exceptional library of bird vocalizations and the hottest portable music player on the market, [birdPod] is more than the sum of its parts. Anyone who’s ever wondered at an unfamiliar cheep, peep, or treetop tune will find this piece of gear a fine friend in the field.”

birdPod Maker Software transforms an Apple iPod into a birdPod, eliminating the need to struggle with multiple tapes or CDs. With a birdPod, any North American bird can be found within 15 seconds from the easily-accessed and intuitive playlists organized by habitat and family.

Warbler photos will soon be available for birdPod. Current customers will be notified when they can download the photos free-of-charge from http://www.ibirdpod.com. Additional bird group photos will be available from the birdPod web site in coming months.

While it is possible to load bird songs onto an iPod without birdPod Maker, it would literally take hours and hours to create the built-in birdPod features. Sharon Stiteler of Eagle Optics (http://www.eagleoptics.com) and http://www.birdchick.com commented, “The ease and convenience of using birdPod to organize my Stokes CDs was well worth the price. I definitely like that the songs were automatically organized into obvious playlists.”

To learn more about birdPod, visit http://www.ibirdpod.com. birdPod uses the Stokes Field Guide to Bird Songs, Eastern and Western Regions, for its bird song collection. birdPod is advertised in the ABA Birding Magazine, WildBird Magazine, BirdWatcher’s Digest, on http://www.birdwatchersdigest.com, Google and Yahoo! birdPod is developed and distributed by MightyPods LLC.

Read the Stokes’ review at http://stokesbirdingblog.blogspot.com/, and Mike Bergin’s review at http://www.10000birds.com/april2006.htm#4/21/06.

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