Moozone

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Moozone.com was a cloud-based online music storage (aka digital locker) service and digital music store. It was owned by Multimedia Online Services, Inc. The beta version of the web site was launched in September 2009. At the moment of the launch the service had over 6 million indie tracks on sale in Mp3 (320kbit/s) format. It is now closed.[citation needed]

Features and restrictions[edit]

Online Music Storage[edit]

The online music storage provided native support for Mp3, M4a, and Ogg formats. There were no restrictions on the content uploaded. Files can be uploaded from any computer (browser) or supported smartphone. By default each user's digital locker was limited to 2GB. Additional storage can be purchased or rented.

Access from a 3G enabled device[edit]

In January 2010, an Android application was released. The application allowed users to stream, upload, and download their music files from and to their phones.[1][2][3] On May 17, 2010, the application was downloaded over 10000 times.[4] The application was also available for Android tablets.[5]

Online Store[edit]

The online store had over 10 million indie tracks on sale in mp3 format (320kbit/s), which were offered through a partnership with MediaNet.[6] The site offered 30 second previews for each track in the catalog. Each track purchased was copied into user's personal digital locker, which could later be downloaded or streamed.

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ "Moozone Review". AndroidGuys. Retrieved 2010-01-21. 
  2. ^ Jerad Hill. "Moozone Demo". Retrieved 2010-02-17. 
  3. ^ "10 Android Apps That Every Music Lover Must Try On Their Android Phone". OpenTube. Retrieved 2010-03-24. 
  4. ^ "Statistics". AppBrain. 
  5. ^ "AppsLib". AppsLib. 
  6. ^ "MediaNet Announces New Roster of Customers". MediaNet. Retrieved 2010-01-11. 

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