US streaming music service MOG has launched its iPhone and Android apps, following a lengthy delay caused by the former languishing in Apple’s approval process. In many ways, the apps match Spotify’s mobile apps – they can stream music over 3G and Wi-Fi, and cache songs on the device for local listening.However, MOG’s app also supports its radio feature, letting users choose a band or song and then use a slider bar to control what other music is streamed based on that. Users pay $9.99 a month for access to MOG on web and mobile (as opposed to $5 for just the web service).

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