MOG.com: a MySpace for music
The subscription service, still unable to break into iTunes' market share, has launched a partnership with a music-based social network to reach more ears.
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There are tons of online music services (Spotify, Rdio, Rhapsody, Mog, iTunes Match, Amazon -- the list goes on), but which ones are any good?
New subscription service offers on-demand streaming of more than six million songs for $5 a month. It's got some great features, but gaps in song selection are too big to ignore.
The social-networking/music-recommendation site Mog.com uses a Friendster-like approach for connecting "Moggers" and a downloadable component that automatically updates your own Web page with your current tunes.
As we wait for Apple's iCloud music service, competitors are scurrying to avoid being shoved into the shadows.
Mog, the music recommendation service and social network added some new things today, like Mog TV--a new music video browsing tool.
According to reports, Google is developing Google Audio, a music service that may involve streaming or downloading, or both. Could this be a wrong note for the search behemoth?
Rhapsody becomes the first subscription music service to offer offline playback on the iPhone in the United States.