Music locker smackdown: mSpot vs. MP3tunes

A panel of judges from CNET puts two "digital music locker" services to a head-to-head test. In one corner is the grizzled veteran, MP3tunes. The challenger is newcomer mSpot. Watch the two services go toe-to-toe in five rounds, and see who comes out on top in this subjective battle.

If you're looking to get your music collection stored in the cloud, two of the best options out there are MP3tunes and mSpot.

Both services offer a free starter plan capped at 2GB. They both integrate with iTunes or can be configured to manually upload music from specific folders. You can stream over any browser, or by using their dedicated mobile apps. The two services have so much in common, actually, that it can be hard to decide which one to use.

So, if you're sick of waiting around for Google or Apple to create their own long-rumored music lockers, our CNET editors are here to weigh the pros and cons of mSpot vs. MP3tunes in this week's CNET Prizefight.

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