mSpot- Steam the Music you Own

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mSpot is a new type of music service that allows you to listen to your favorite collection of tunes from an Android-based phone, over the internet or any computer. mSpot helps you store music on your computer, and then allows you to access it remotely from a mobile browser.

mSpot is billed as the service that allows you to access music you own. With two gigabytes free, you can save up to 1600 songs. It is priced at $3 and $14 per month for as much as 100 gigabytes of additional storage.

When using mSpot, you’ll need to install an application on your Mac or Pc. You can then choose the songs to upload to mSpot’s servers. This can be anything and everything, starting from the music you bought on iTunes to those you’ve burned off of a CD. After you have your music in the mSpot cloud, you need to sign up to your account using a web browser or mobile web browser.

The service plays a viable role in detecting cellular networks that helps you make sure that your tunes aren’t interrupted by spotty coverage. With the airplane mode, you can play preselected songs. As of now, mSpot works only on Android devices.

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