Streaming music service MOG has launched its mobile applications for Android and iPhone. The app gives subscribers unlimited access to a library of 8 million songs, which can be either streamed or
downloaded over 3G and WiFi. "If you listen to a lot of music, or just like being able to listen to music on-demand without having to sync to your PC, this is definitely worth checking out," writes TechCrunch
Access to the mobile service will set consumers back $9.99 a month, but MOG is offering free 3-day trials when they
download the apps. Late last year, MOG debuted its All Access music service sans mobile. "These applications bring all of the functionality of the desktop service and they do it one better, by
allowing you to store as many songs and albums as you'd like to your phone's storage for offline access," adds TechCrunch. Since its launch in 2005, MOG has raised $25.9 million. Rivals include
Rhapsody and -- just as soon as they reach the U.S. market -- Rdio and Spotify.
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