Apple has approved developer mSpot's music app, which takes your music from your PC, moves it to a server and lets you pull down tunes to your iPhone whenever you want.
MSpot lets you synch up to two gigabytes of music from your hard drive to its servers, and then stream it via another PC's browser, or download it to your phone via 3G. Because mSpot compresses your files, those two gigs will translate into a lot more music on your phone (at a much lower fidelity) than they do on your computer. But if you want more storage you can get another 40 gigs for $3.99 a month.
mSpot has yet to reach any licensing deals with music labels or publishers. The service has been on Android, and the Android app has a million downloads so far and some 500,000 registered users.
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