mSpot® Puts iTunes® Music in the Cloud for iPhone® Users

Wed, 12/15/2010 - 6:25am
PALO ALTO, Calif., /PRNewswire/ -- Cloud entertainment provider mSpot, Inc., today went live with the iPhone version of its popular cloud music service that offers users fast, easy access to their music collections via smart phones, PCs/Macs® and Internet TV. The service enables users to quickly upload their music to the mSpot Cloud and then immediately start listening from both desktop browsers and iPhones for free.

It is currently available at: for PC and Mac, and in the Apple® App Store. A version of the service was launched for Android in June of this year and now has over 1 million downloads.

"We're giving you the 'next generation' iTunes experience. By putting your music in the cloud, you can access it anytime and anywhere you go, and on different devices, such as your iPhone, iPad, Mac/PC or Internet TV," said mSpot CEO Daren Tsui. "Listening to your music on multiple devices is now truly easy; it doesn't require manual syncing and troublesome cords."

How does it work? First, go to and put your iTunes collection from your PC/Mac into your own personal music locker on the Internet. Once you've uploaded your music "into the Cloud", you can access it anytime, anywhere from your iPhone or any PC/Mac.

Secondly, go to The Apple App Store and download the mSpot Music app for your iPhone. All your online music will automatically be accessible on your phone. mSpot offers free cloud storage for the first 2 gigabytes (approximately 1600 songs): Additional storage is available for purchase; 40 gigabytes for $3.99 per month.


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