We’ve written about Tunesbag before – the Austrian service lets people store their music collections in the cloud and access them from anywhere. It’s also got social features for sharing songs and playlists as recommendations. Anyway, it’s been around for a while in private beta on an invitation-only basis, but has now opened the doors on its public beta. Users are offered 1GB of storage space for free, funded by ads, but have to pay for more space and no ads. Tunesbag is also hoping to make money from referrals for music and ticket purchases. Source: TechCrunch

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