mSpot Launches Muslc Cloud Service For Android

mSpot is a mobile entertainment company that has launched a music cloud service recently.  mSpot allows users to sync their music collection across Android phones, PCs, and Macs.  The Android service was launched publicly today.  mSpot’s application runs in the background of your computer and manages the uploading of your music library.  Libraries, cover art, and ratings can also be uploaded using iTunes.

mSpot’s cloud services automatically re-syncs music when new songs and new albums are added to your computer.  mSpot has free storage for the first 2GB.  Additional storage can be purchased for $2.99 (10GB), $4.99 (20GB), and $9.99 (50GB).


This article was written by Amit Chowdhry. You can follow me at @amitchowdhry or on Google+ at
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