The folks at mSpot have just announced their Radio Spotter Beta application to Android. Radio Spotter gives users two unique features from two different types of cloth.
On the cloud streaming side, you can upload your own music to mSpot and play it back on your Android device without it needing to be stored on your microSD card. It’s not unlike Google and Amazon’s offerings. You get 5GB of storage free, and 40GB more costs just $3.99 per month.
The second part of the equation – streaming radio – allows you to discover new music based on what’s already in your music library. Alongside being able to listen to music stations based on specific artists or genres, it’ll take a look at the songs and albums you have and feed you new music that’s similar without you needing to go through the trouble of defining artists or genres yourself.
May 26, 2011