AUSTIN, Texas--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--MOG (www.mog.com), the Web's best on-demand music listening service and music blogging hub, today demonstrated its new MOG All Access mobile streaming music application for smartphones. The application will be available initially on iPhone and Android platforms. The service, which will be available in early Q2, will cost $10 per month for unlimited listening and includes the desktop service as well.
“We started by building the best desktop music experience and now we’ve taken all of the features of the website and created the best way to listen to music on a mobile device.”
“The whole point of putting music in the cloud is to be able to get to it whenever you want it, from anywhere and mobile was always an end goal for us,” said David Hyman, founder and CEO of MOG. “We started by building the best desktop music experience and now we’ve taken all of the features of the website and created the best way to listen to music on a mobile device.”
With MOG All Access Mobile, users will be able to access MOG’s full music catalog of seven million songs from a smartphone. Features include:
“MOG All Access with mobile is the holy grail for music fans,” Hyman continued. “For $10 a month, you get access from your phone or PC to 7 million songs on demand along with our fantastic radio programming. It doesn't get any better.”
Headquartered in Berkeley, CA., MOG was founded in June 2005 by David Hyman, former CEO of Gracenote, former SVP-Marketing at MTV Interactive, co-founder of Addicted to Noise, and self-proclaimed music junkie. MOG is comprised of the largest music ad network on the web and MOG All Access digital music service. MOG provides a single destination for people to discover and enjoy millions of songs and to immerse themselves in music content including news, reviews, playlists and lyrics. Grammy-winning record producer, Rick Rubin, named by Time Magazine as one of the "100 Most Influential People in the World," is a member of MOG's Board of Directors. Investors include Menlo Ventures, Balderton Capital, Simon Equity Partners, Universal Music Group and Sony Music. For more information go to http://mog.com.