Earlier this year a company called mSpot launched a service that lets Mac or PC users upload their music collections to the web and then stream that music to an Android phone.  Now mSpot has released an iOS app that lets you stream your music to an iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad.

The mSpot service can grab music and metadata from iTunes or other directories on your computer. You can also enable airplane mode to cache songs on your device for playback when you’re offline, or use the “streaming only” option if you want to save space on your device.

The basic mSpot service is free, but you only get 2GB of storage with the basic plan. You can upgrade to 40GB of storage space for $3.99 per month.

mSpot Music is available as a free download from the App Store. You’ll also need to download a desktop app from mSpot.com. You can also grab the Android version from the Google Android Market.

via TechCrunch

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