mSpot Adds 5 GB Of Free Music Storage To Keep Up With Amazon

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mSpot, the online music streaming service, is catching up to Amazon by offering 5 GB of free music storage.The service lets you upload your music to an online locker and stream it to your computer, Android phone, or iPhone. You can also store music on your mobile device and play it if you are not connected to the internet.

The free 5 GB is being rolled out to current users, so it may take some time for you to see the extra storage space. New users who sign up starting today will have 5 GB right away.

You can sign up for mSpot at their home page. You can also download mSpot’s Android and iPhone apps for free.

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