mSpot: iPhone Users Can Now Get Their Music From The Cloud

Users of the iPhone have been waiting for the ability to access their music from the cloud and now it is here. A new service called mSpot has been launched today which allows iPod Touch, iPad and Mac/PC owners to upload a maximum of 2GB of music for free and listen to it anywhere.

mSpot’s cloud service is very handy as it effectively kills the music transferral between devices, which in the past has been a long and boring frustration. Mashable has reported that mSpot is very similar to Android’s version, where you have the option between live streaming and “airplane mode,” in which desired tracks are pre-downloaded to your player for playback when an Internet connection is not available.

The free version available as we said gives 2GB of allowance; however typically users use much more than this so a $3.99 a month service which gives 40GB is on offer. Mobile Beat has gone on to say that the uploader keeps your mSpot collection synchronized with your computer’s music, and it also carries over metadata like track titles and cover art. They have also suggested that Apple are considering integrating the cloud with iTunes in the future.

If you want to play your music collection anywhere and like things that are free then I suggest that you download this app now. It has had plenty of positive reviews so far and appears to be a good quality service that will be used by many, as well as being available on the biggest smartphones of the market. We have also included an mSpot tutorial video to help you out, courtesy of Mashable. Let us know what you think of mSpot and if you plan to download it.