MOG has been the subject of intense speculation in recent weeks, thanks to a reported acquisition of the streaming music service by audio hardware firm Beats. There’s still no announcement on that, but MOG has some other news: the launch of its official iPad app. Released on the App Store on Saturday (24 March), it’s a free download, although a subscription is required. Here’s the strange thing though: the app isn’t just available in the US App Store – you can download it in the UK too, despite MOG not having launched on this side of the Atlantic. The app lets you browse MOG’s catalogue and download songs and albums to cache locally on your iPad for offline play. There’s a `Just For You’ section providing recommendations of albums you might like, and you can flick a switch at any time to switch between on-demand listening and MOG Radio, which offers Pandora-style personalised stations based on specific artists.

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