Cloud music site tunesBag has launched its official iPhone app, allowing people to stream their music collection to their iPhone over 3G, Wi-Fi and even the slower EDGE. The app costs $5.99, and links into the main tunesBag service. Users who have uploaded their music library and iTunes playlists to the company’s server will now be able to access them from the iPhone – although there’s no Spotify-esque offline mode to use the app when they don’t have reception. However, in certain countries, users can listen to their friends’ playlists using the app. Source: AppShopper

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