- Thursday, 08 December 2011
You know we’re all about the cloud (remember our Twirl about it?), but with so many options out there (iCloud for Mac users, Google Music, Amazon Cloud, not to mention all the paid streaming services) we wanted find a simple option to store and have access to your music anytime from anywhere. We did… and it’s called mSpot.
mSpot is an uncomplicated service that allows you to wirelessly sync all the music you have in your iTunes or Windows Media Player accounts to a lot of other devices and will automatically add any new songs you buy. And, because it’s stored in the cloud it won’t take up space on your smartphone, tablet or other computers. (More room for games—yay!) It holds around 4,000 for free, or for those of you who have an infinite playlist 40GB comes cheap at around $4 a month.
mSpot will even show you lyrics to many songs which means you, like Carley, get to see what the words you’ve been singing wrong all this time really are. Check out this Twirl to meet Carley’s alter-ego, and trust us, she’s da bomb, yo.
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