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mSpot Movies: service instantly streams full-length movie rentals across connected devices, enabling movie fans to switch seamlessly between devices as they pick up and leave off watching a movie.
First, put your music collection from your PC/Mac into your own personal music locker on the Internet by visiting www.mspot.com. Once you've uploaded your music "into the Cloud", you can access it anytime, anywhere from your Internet TV, Smartphone, tablet or PC/Mac. Second, login to mspot.com from Google TV's Chrome browser: Then, all your online music will be automatically accessible on Google TV. mSpot offers free storage for the first two gigabytes (approximately 1600 songs), with additional storage available for purchase at 40 gigabytes for $3.99 per month.mSpot Music: allows users to store their personal music collections on the Internet and then instantly access music from the cloud via any connected device.
mSpot has optimized its movie service for the big screen, delivering a simplified user interface that makes browsing for titles and streaming movies crystal clear from ten feet away. To access mSpot Movies, customers can click on the mSpot Movies icon in the Spotlight section on Google TV, or visit mSpotMovies.com and use a credit card to rent and stream individual movies from $2.99-$3.99 each.
mSpot CEO Daren Tsui, said:
"The real killer app for Internet-connected TV is cloud-based entertainment – instant access to all kinds of entertainment content, from movies to music, is the reason people will prefer 'connected' television. People will be able to choose exactly what they want to watch, and on the devices they prefer. Our music and movie services bring together what you've already been watching or listening to on your mobile, tablet or PC/Mac and put it all on the big screen."
The SiliconAngle writes that the availability via just about every device, is one of the main reasons behind its advance to date. Furthermore the mSpot app has been downloaded on Android an impressive 500,000 times.