Yesterday, UK music service Psonar took part in a Dragons Den-esque event at the Heroes Of The Mobile Screen conference in London where a panel of teenagers gave their verdicts on mobile startups. Psonar is a cloud-based services where people upload their songs and then listen to them on any device – with the ability to share playlists and browse people’s collections, buying songs from the Amazon MP3 store. The free version allows 12 hours of streaming a week, in an effort to upsell people to the £4-a-month premium version. The panel seemed quite keen, too. Source: Mobile Entertainment 

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