The other day I was using a limited free trial of the Grooveshark app on my Android phone and wondered if there wasn’t a way to store my own music online and stream it to my phone while on the go. My first thought was to create my own web server to house my music library and then look into creating a website for myself to listen to it with… But instead, I just Googled it and found Mougg, a service created by someone who asked himself the exact same question that I did.
It’s the perfect way to store your own music online and have access to listen to it anywhere. Mougg’s music player has a slick web interface and the Android app is straightforward and has a clean interface. Signing up for an account is easier than eating candy, and you get 1 GB of storage for free. After that, it’s only $2.99 per month for unlimited space, which seems like a pretty impressive (and tempting) price. In comparison, upgrading a Grooveshark account to Grooveshark Anywhere in order to use the Android app would cost $9 per month. Makes you want to check out Mougg, doesn’t it?
Keep beating, my friends.