MSpot Leaves Beta, Brings Cloud-Based Music Syncing To All Your Devices

MSpot Leaves Beta, Brings Cloud-Based Music Syncing To All Your Devices

Windows/Mac/Android: If you’re looking for a dead-simple tool for syncing your music across all the computers and devices you use, mSpot is a cloud-based music tool that makes managing your music collection effortless and automatic.

After you sign up for an mSpot account — it left beta moments ago, so grab a new account fresh off the public-release press — you can immediately start uploading your music to your mSpot account. A free account holds 2GB of music and premium accounts range in price from $US2.99 a month for 10GB of storage and rise in increments up to 100GB for $US13.99.

Music uploaded to mSpot is synced between your primary computer, your web-based mSpot account, your Android phone, and any other secondary Macs or PCs you’ve installed the mSpot software on — or you can simply use the web interface from any computer you want to access your collection from.

In addition to syncing your music — which it does automatically in the background — mSpot also has a live wallpaper and live lyrics functionality on Android phones. You’ll see updated covers and song lyrics as your music plays. If you’re listening to a song that would make a great ring tone you won’t have to fire up another application to make it, mSpot’s mobile application has a built-in ringtone maker. Watch the video above to see it in action or visit the link below to sign up for a free account. MSpot is available for Windows, Mac OS X and Android phones.


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