With the recent unveiling of the long awaited Apple iCloud – the cloud service for sharing file across all Apple devices – we know that accessing media content on-the-go without the hassle of moving files from one place to the other has become a priority for consumers. Additionally, with the rise of Android, many people may wonder how they could switch to another mobile platform when they think they are “trapped” inside iTunes, in this case, streaming services may be the right answer (although it is always possible to transfer your library but painful). If you would like to know what mobile music offering is out there, I have reviewed the top mobile music apps on My Life Scoop – Note: I have tested on iOS but most of the applications are available on Android and BlackBerry. This story is part of a series that we have posted on My Life Scoop.
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