mSpot Music launching in Europe… today!

Music Ally

US cloud music service mSpot Music has launched a beta version in Europe, having signed up one million users in the States. The free service offers users 2GB of online storage for their music, which can then be accessed from the company’s iPhone and Android apps.

For now, only the free service is available, but mSpot says it will soon announce ‘additional storage options’ for European users. mSpot will be going head to head with European cloud services like Psonar and Carphone Warehouse’s Music Anywhere, with RealNetworks’ Unifi hovering on the horizon.

January 21, 2011