mSpot has cast a cautious eye over to Amazon and their cloud-based service, and has offered 5GB of free storage to its popular cloud music service, which incidentally has more than 1.2 million downloads. This is an  alternative to Amazon Cloud Drive and Amazon Cloud Player, as it will more than double what it offered previously – which is capped at 2GB. This mSpot was rolled out for the Android platform in June last year, with the iPhone version followed in December, and intends to really make a splash in this particular area of the market. All uploaded music can be accessed just about anytime, anywhere from your iPhone, Android device or computer. Just to get a rough idea of how many songs can 5GB hold, it is around 4,000 on average, where you can further expand that by 40GB for $3.99 monthly.

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