mSpot on Android

June 30, 2010 · Posted in Uncategorized 

Android users might find this a rather interesting offering. Mobile entertainment startup mSpot has debuted its free music cloud service. mSpot’s service allows you to sync your entire music collection across Android phones and PCs/Macs to the public. Launched into private beta in May, it streams music to your browser and Android phone. The application will manage your music for you, making automatic updates whenever changes occur in your library, and on across different connected devices, again, quite similar to what a cloud storing service like Dropbox does (sign up now via this link and you get an extra 250 MB of bonus space). Other features include the ability to see lyrics of songs and to make a ringtone out of any song.

mSpot debuts cloud-based music streaming service for Android

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