Cloud-based entertainment services provider mSpot has released its music streaming service for Android-based smartphones.
The service allows users to upload their music collections onto its cloud server and access them via 3G or Wi-Fi from their Android devices.
Google said that the service, which was launched in beta at the I/O developer conference, scans users' home computers and uploads the music to mSpot servers that can be accessed from Android devices.
Users are allowed to upload music files up to 2 GB for free, around 1600 songs.
mSpot allows users purchase a further 10 GB of cloud storage space for $2.99, 20 GB for $4.99, 50 GB for $9.99 and 100 GB for $13.99.
mSpot CEO Daren Tsui said: “With a rapidly growing number of fixed and portable devices capable of playing music, our service makes 'entertainment anywhere' a reality without the hassle of manually syncing devices.”
In order to stream music on their Android devices, users would first have to download the mSpot application.