mSpot Set to Take Your Music to the Cloud, Then Anywhere You Go


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  1. phandroid

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    How many times have you just wished you had your full music library no matter where you were? Yes, you could store it on your phone or MP3 player, but those are limited in storage capacity, so if you have a large library of tunes you probably can’t take them all with you. You could [...]

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  2. SoFLO

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    Finally! I can sync iTunes in a cloud, hallelujah

    Engadget was giving away 500 invites but sadly I checked too late :(
     
  3. Demache

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    That idea is genius! Its a real pain in the arse to keep my music synced between my Eris, iPod, Laptop, and Desktop. Now it will be no problem.
     
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    I got accepted, but the problem I am having is artis and album tags are not being read. All my music shows as unknown artist and album. Track, title, and artwork pull up just fine.
     
  5. Schwin97

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    I have it too - it is a great idea, but the app needs some work. I get about 3-5 songs in, and either my 3g drops or something and it just stops. I think it would be a better idea to continue attempting to restart the music. This could also be because I am using 3g versus wifi - who knows?
     
  6. Tre Lawrence

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    I am watching this... hopefully, it gets a bit more polished.
     

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