mSpot Adds iOS App

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Tim Higgins

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mSpot has added support for iOS devices to its cloud music service.

mSpot’s service offers cloud-based access to personal music collections via Internet-connected devices. Users upload their music to the mSpot Cloud and can immediately start listening from both desktop browsers, iOS and Android devices.

mSpot offers free cloud storage for the first 2 GB (approximately 1600 songs), with 40 GB of additional storage for $3.99 per month.

Get more info at mSpot.com.

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