MOG Gives Android Users On Demand Music
Techland is reporting that a $9.99 subscription not only gives you the mobile access, but also allows you to listen via a desktop app as well. Along with the streaming service, you get an all you can download MP3 subscription as well, with qualities of up to 320 MB which is pretty fair in my opinion.
In reading some reports of users who have been using the beta builds of the app, they have been very satisfied with the level of customization they have on their playlists and choosing exactly what they want to listen to. MOG is a Pandora or Slacker on steroids is the quote that I keep hearing over and over.
Like mentioned above, the service costs $9.99, which I think is pretty fair since it is about what one new CD costs for a digital download. Of course, you don’t own the music you stream or download, which is a sticking point for a lot of people, but I still think this is a fair price for what you are getting. The Android app for MOG is free, the barcode is below for you to scan and download. Leave feedback about the app and service if you are a MOG-ger.
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