- #: 207765
- Price: free ($0.00) In Apple Store
- Category: Music
- Updated: 2010-12-17
- Current Version: 1.0.1
- Size: 0.90 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Quinton PIKE
- Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.1 or later
- © 2010 Mougg, LLC.
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Mougg allows you to upload your entire music library to the cloud and stream it anytime and anywhere in the world via web and mobile apps. Create your own personal playlists or shuffle your music while at home, in the office and on the go. Your music…..
Rated 4/5 based on 3 customer reviews.
A Great New Way to Listen to Your Music
Mougg lets you store 1 GB of music free. That's several hundred songs in mp3 or m4a (Apple) format, which Mougg auto-converts to 128K bps for you. Setup is quick and easy. Playback is easy, too.
Like DropBox and other apps, Mougg sells additional storage. Ah, but the description does not list the cost of more storage (which is quite reasonable). So what? If you don't want to pay to store more than a gig, then don't.
Stop whining, people! This is a great way to listen to your own music on the internet. Free or paid, just dig it.
Love this app!
Michael Mogill write:
I've tried them all, including mSpot and Audiobox. Those aren't bad (mSpot is better of the two actually), but this one is has my vote for the current best cloud-based music storage/steaming app in the app store.
You're given 1GB free to start and there are paid options for more storage, so it's definitely something you may end up shelling out some cash for as you upload more songs to the cloud. But let's be honest people, this thing is AD FREE and other cloud-based apps like Dropbox have the same types of paid store option.
It streams well and allows me to listen to my tunes on the go. The developer should add more storage options and improve some UI elements. But it's definitely on the right track!
Album doesn't recognize track numbers
I love the app/service and would give it 5 stars, but if u upload albums it wants to organize them in alphabetical order instead of album track order (annoying but not a deal breaker). Can this option be added? I guess I could make a playlist, but that is work I'd rather not do :)
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