mSpot is kind of like Google music and Slacker or Pandora radio combined. You can upload music tot he cloud and stream it to your Android device via an app, but it also adds access to online music that you don’t own. mSpot will take your songs, and suggest songs or internet radio stations that are similar to what you are listening to. If you like the music it suggests you can tag it for purchase from Amazon or Itunes as well. Sounds pretty awesome, right? The catch is cost. For 5gb of music, it’s free which is a good amount. To bump up to 45 gigs of online music storage the cost will be $3.99 per month. Here is a snippet from the press release:
How mSpot Music with Radio Spotter Differs from Existing Music Services:
- Unlike Pandora and Slacker; Play all of your own music alongside new music that is discovered on real radio stations: Your own music collection is the basis of all the new music you find and listen to.
- Unlike iTunes; Store your music collection in the cloud so that you can always access it, wherever you are. Your music is connected to the Internet, so you can match your preferences to hundreds of Internet radio stations to discover and play new music for free.
- Unlike subscription services like Rhapsody, MOG and Rdio; Listening is free. Match the music you already love with music playing on radio stations all over the Internet.
- Unlike Cloud storage services like Amazon or Google; Listening is not limited to your own music, or music for purchase; your music now connects you to hundreds of radio stations.
You can head over to the market now and download the app, but you will need to be connected via pc to upload your music for now.
Source: mSpot on the market
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