mSpot Music is closing on October 15, 2012

Wednesday, 9/19/2012, 9:52am

The mSpot music service will be closing on October 15. It is a difficult decision to shut down mSpot as so many users love it. Our new service, Music Hub, offers a more complete music experience. The service integrates all of your music in one place: your own music in the cloud using fast "scan-and-match" technology plus 100 GB of storage for “unmatched” songs, millions of catalog songs, radio discovery, and a music store. You can easily access all of your music wherever you go, and never need to switch between apps. The music never stops.

We believe this is the best mobile music service we could build and the best available. We're excited about adding new features and improvements.

How can you get it? Music Hub is initially rolling out on Samsung devices internationally. Currently, it is available for Galaxy S III users in the US, UK, France, Germany, Spain and Italy, as well as the Galaxy Note II (shipping in October in Europe). Developing such a robust music service limits how quickly we can roll out to other devices: if you are not on the Galaxy S III, or other Samsung devices, we may have something for you in the future.

Please visit us at Music Hub on Facebook and let us know what you think.
Have fun with it!

My best,
Daren Tsui