Palo Alto, Calif. – Digital entertainment distributor mSpot
on Monday announced the public launch of its cloud-based music service, which
lets users access their music collections over the Internet via computers and
smartphones. The service, which currently supports PC, Mac and Android handsets,
offers 2GB of storage for free (approx. 1,600 songs). Additional storage is
available in tiers: $2.99 per month for 10GB; $4.99 for 20GB; $9.99 for 50GB;
and $13.99 for 100GB.