Moozone.com Announces Android App
Moozone, an online music storage service, has announced the release of their Android application. Moozone for Android gives its users the ability to upload, manage and/or stream their music collection from their handset.Â Â Unlike your traditional cloud storage/music apps, Moozone makes it possible to save playlists in a “Save Box” for offline playing.Â In a similar move, Slacker Radio recently made an announcement that they’ll be offering caching as well.Â
What Moozone does have over its competition is the ability to upload music directly from your Android phones to the cloud storage.Â This is perfect for those ofÂ you new to Moozone and looking for a way to backup your existing library. This works over both WiFi as well as 3G connection.Â Users are given 2GB of free storage when they sign up for the service.Â If you’d like more storage, you can take advantage of their “pay once, use it forever” model by purchasing space at around $1 per gigabyte.
The free application can be downloaded in the Android Market today!Â For added convenience, you can scan the barcode below with your Android handset!
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