MOG Mobile Music

With all the new music services popping up, the fight is on to win users and in order to do so developers will need to keep their apps fresh and updated. MOG knows this and they've now made available MOG Mobile Music v1.2.2. Some new features and additions to their application include:

  • Favorites: Users can now add artists, albums, songs, and playlists to favorites. They can do this by pressing the menu button ("v") to the left of the item they wish to favorite. Users can also find a "Remove From Favorites" option if they are IN their favorites.
  • Sign-in: Users can now sign-in to MOG on more than one device without being forced to quit or sign-in again. However, subscribers can only stream MOG from one location at a time.
  • Stability and performance: The updated app has significantly improved and is now faster and more stable than before.
  • Home screen album art: This is now a setting, and is OFF by default. Users can go to “settings” to change this feature.

In addition to the new features, plenty of bugfixes have made it into this release which address quality concerns and how the app handles music app a call or notification is received. The app itself is available in the Android Market for free but you will need a MOG subscription to make use of it -- a free trial of their services are available via their web site. Hit the source link for more details or jump on past the break for the download.

Source: MOG

 

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MOG Mobile Music for Android updated

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I really - really like Mog.

Here's a tip - when on wifi/4g you can download the 320kbps versions of albums. That way, when you're commuting like I do and drive through the middle of nowhere, I can stay in offline mode and still have high quality audio!

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I signed up to MOG again thinking that they fixed the app, but it starts playing music after every notification and phone call I make on my Nexus S. It's kind of disappointing since I really love these music subscription services (currently using Rdio) and would switch to MOG for the 320 kbps downloads.