mSpot launches cloud-based music player for Android

mSpot is debuting its free music cloud service today that allows you to sync your entire music collection across Android phones.
mSpot’s cloud service automatically re-syncs music when new songs and albums are added. The service also promises to handle transitions between spotty and solid coverage areas and reduces data charges on your mobile plan. Other features include the ability to see lyrics of songs and to make a ringtone out of any song.
Android (2.1+) users can also download a mSpot app for their handset and access their music on the go. It reportedly works well on both 3G and the EDGE as well.

Demo Video below:


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