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MOG releases mobile app, brings 7 million tracks to phones

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 15 Mar 2010 13:20 User comments (1)

MOG releases mobile app, brings 7 million tracks to phones MOG, the subscription-based music service that offers 7 million tracks for just $5 USD a month has announced today the release of a mobile app of their service.
The company has deals with Universal, Sony, Warner and EMI as well as independent labels and the service offers on-demand music, allowing for users to pick and choose what songs they want to hear, either in their browser, or now on their mobile devices.

"You can see the queue, you can jump to anywhere in the queue, when a song comes on the library, you can save it," adds David Hyman, CEO of MOG. "When you listen to Bob Marley radio, it's not Bob Marley inspired radio. You get Bob Marley 24/7."

The mobile app will be available on the iPhone and Android devices in the Q2 2010, and users will get MOG radio, 64 AAC+ quality, and ability to download in higher quality, for just $10 a month, by far the best subscription package available to date.

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116.3.2010 11:38

Check out the band that OWNED's website back in 2005...


And, their vid that has over 103,000 views

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