mSpot releases an Android Client

Friday 02nd, July 2010 / 11:45 Written by

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mSpot is a service allowing users to upload their music to the cloud and listen to it anywhere on a PC or mobile phone. They’ve just released their Android client, so you can access their services and listen to your collection streamed straight to your phone.

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mSpot’s free service provides you with 2GB of online storage. They’ve got premium plans going up to around $14 per month for 100GB of storage for your music collection on the cloud. A useful service to have if you have limited storage on your phone and an unlimited data plan. Apart from streaming your music collection to your mobile phone, you can also listen to your collection from your desktop at home or work.

To use this application, your has to run Android 2.0 or higher. The app itself if free, but you’ll need at least a free mSpot account with 2GB storage to use it. Learn more about mSpot from their site. Search for mSpot on the Android Market to find this app. Alternately, you can scan the QR code on the right on your phone to access the application.

Want to get an idea of how mSpot works? Check out this video –

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Vinu is a Technical Architect working on Web technologies and a mobile enthusiast, who likes trying out new gadgets and apps. You can follow him on Twitter @vinuthomas

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