Android gets app love from mSpot

Surprisingly, music cloud service mSpot elected to go for Android support first with its public app launch.

mSpot for Android

Music services for mobile phones are enjoying increased popularity thanks to the fact that cell phones are replacing standalone MP3 players for many people. MSpot is one of many solutions that has cropped up as a solution for on-the-go listening. The company offers a music cloud service that lets you upload up to 2GB of music for free and access it from any Wi-Fi-capable computer or Android device.

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