The Network (that’s what I’m going to call all the “Crunch” sites from now on) covered the private beta launch of ZumoDrive last month, so there’s no need to get into details again, but we wanted to inform you that the service is now available to the public. Also announced this morning was ZumoDrive’s free “Super Size Me” iPhone application, which is now live.
Now you’ll be able to access your media from wherever you are regardless of the storage capacity of the device you’re on. In other words, your 16GB netbook could feasibly have access to 100GB and your 16GB iPhone could have 500GB of accessible music. The service is free up to 1GB with monthly subscription fees starting at $3.