MSpot – a new competitor to Spotify, maybe
A new threat to Spotify?
MSpot – the service allows people to upload their music — be it purchased, ripped or downloaded for free — and access it from any Mac, Windows or Google Android device. MSpot’s model avoids the stumbling blocks of licensing deals which have repeatedly delayed the release of a U.S. version of Spotify
Today, how people sync music is they’re manually connecting that USB cable, they have to transfer all their files, and any time your library changes, you’ve got to sync up,” Tsui told Wired.com. “With the music now in the cloud, we believe you don’t have to do that anymore. Any changes happen in the background, and you see that on your mobile device.
- MSpot’s Google Android app can play music while you’re doing other stuff, and can pause/resume for calls.
- The web and mobile apps display lyrics and other information for songs in your library that MSpot recognizes.