StarBrite Solutions has now completely removed pBop, the MP3 software for Pocket PC handhelds that closely resembles the design of Apple’s iPod. “Due to legal pressure from Apple we are no longer able to distribute this application,” reads a notice on the developer’s Web site. “Sorry for any inconvenience.” In a previous report, MacMinute noted that StarBrite made several tweaks to the US$20 software in response to Apple’s concerns, such as altering its original name (pPod) and the layout of the software buttons, and including a disclaimer that it has no connection to Apple or the iPod.