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Apr 6, 2011

Four iOS-approved alternatives to Amazon's cloud music player

Amazon (AMZN) made big news last week by launching its Cloud Player, a service that lets users upload their music files to Amazon’s servers and then stream them over the Internet. The service works on Internet browsers just fine, as well as on smartphones and tablets that run Google’s (GOOG) Android operating system.

Apr 1, 2011

Amazon move may be key to media ‘lockers’

Silicon Valley Business Journal

MSpot CEO and co-founder Daren Tsui said Amazon¹s announcement validates what his company has been working on for the past couple years - giving consumers access to their media basically anywhere, on any device.

Mar 31, 2011

mSpot Prepared to Battle with Amazon, Google, and Apple in Streaming Music

Amazon made huge waves when it unveiled its new Cloud Drive and Cloud Player offerings, which give users 5GB of free storage for their music. One of the companies immediately impacted by this, would be mSpot, which offers a very similar service.

Mar 31, 2011

Mspot Brings More Of Your Music To Its Cloud Based Player

mSpot music now offers 5GB free storage to its popular cloud music service that now has over 1.2 million downloads.

Mar 31, 2011

mSpot Is A Dedicated Music Streaming Service That Beats Amazon's Cloud Player

mSpot lets you store all of your music in the cloud and stream it to any computer or mobile device.

Mar 31, 2011

Amazon Still Looking For Cloud Music Licences Claims WSJ While Mspot Reacts With Expanded Free Storage Limit

Amazon’s launch this week of its Cloud Drive and Cloud Player has ruffled rightsholder feathers, but according to the Wall Street Journal, Amazon is “aggressively courting” the major labels to get licensing deals, with the aim of “minimising bad blood” over this week’s launch.

Mar 31, 2011

mSpot Ups Its Streaming Music Storage to 5 GB

mSpot, the stream-your-own-music service that covers Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS, has raised the online storage for its free accounts to 5 GB.

Mar 31, 2011

mSpot Music vs. Amazon’s Cloud Player: The Battle of the Mobile Streaming Services

Why overload your phone’s memory with files when you can upload them to the cloud and access them from anywhere?

Mar 30, 2011

Why Cloud Storage Is The Future Of Music

Amazon this week became the first big internet company to offer something called "cloud music." To the unfamiliar, that term may seem off-putting, like a new soft-rock genre that leans heavily on harp solos. But it's possible many of us will be using cloud music systems in the not-far-off future.

Mar 29, 2011

Amazon’s Cloud Service Is A) Legal B) Illegal? C) Probably Here To Stay

Amazon doesn’t have paperwork from the music industry approving its new cloud music service. Does it need it?