MSpot now available to the general public...

News: 28th June 2010 by Stef Loukes under Selling & Distributing Your Music

MSpot have now opened their streaming service to the general public after a private testing period of their beta software. Whilst the notion of streaming music isn't really news, MSpot streams from your very own library, and promises free, unlimited streaming to your computers or android phone.

Cnet reported practically seamless results, including multiple devices playing the same library at the same time with no interruptions. The software works on both Mac and PC and is allowing up to 2GB free of charge, those wanting to increase storage size can do so for a monthly fee.

However, we're also still interested in seeing the future offerings from Google and HP!

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