mSpot has officially launched its cloud music service, which lets people sync their music collections across computers and Android handsets. The service was originally launched as a private beta in May. The service stores music, playlists, cover art, ratings and song data on its servers, automatically updating someone’s collection when they add new music on their computer. The service is free for 2GB of storage, but mSpot then charges $2.99 a month for 10GB, $4.99 for 20GB, and $9.99 for 50GB. There’s no news on licensing for the service – cloud music is proving a sore point for some labels, as we’ll be discussing in our cloud music models seminar later this month. Source: TechCrunch Source: Cloud Music Seminar

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