MOG has been given the nod of approval from Apple to go ahead with its MOG iPhone app, giving MOG a timely entry into the mobile music game. They'll launch their new iPhone app in July.
They'll do it the new-fangled cloud-based way, making the tracks available to stream directly from MOG, or users can buy the tracks. The mobile service will fly for $10 a month, and of course, an Android app is on the way too. The $10 fee will not only get you mobile access to all 7.5 million of the songs in their library, but you can use it on your computer as well.
MOG is also partnering with Roku to make MOG's streaming service available on both set-top boxes for TV and home entertainment networks and also mobile phones later this Summer. They'll use the MOG premium plan to let users access it for $5 a month.
MOG is a service that's a cloud-based music player that lets you sort by artist, album or song to create MOG playlists. They also have a self-styled MOG radio that lets you create dedicated artist radio stations while also mixing artist who sound similar. MOG Social Discovery lets users create "taste filters" that lets you friend people with similar music tastes.