NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MyMusicCloud, the leading multi-platform cloud-storage service dedicated to music with approximately a half a million users worldwide, launched a more robust version of its popular service today. Music lovers can use the new MyMusicCloud to easily import unlimited music tracks for free and access files on any device, anywhere, regardless of brand or operating system.
“We’re excited to launch the new MyMusicCloud and better serve the millions of music aficionados who have daily cross-screen consumption habits,” said MyMusicCloud Founder and CEO, Tamir Koch. “Since our launch, we’ve believed in the power of music collections and the importance of making them available on every device, anywhere.”
Users now can upload an unlimited amount of music and access up to 250 tracks with a free Basic Plan. Users who would like to access over 250 tracks can upgrade to an Unlimited Plan for $40 annually. For more information on MyMusicCloud’s pricing plans, see here. As of today, all existing MyMusicCloud paying subscribers will automatically be upgraded to MyMusicCloud’s new Unlimited Plan—at no additional cost for one year.
Upon the launch of the new MyMusicCloud, the company has added the
following features to its core service, reflecting its dedication to
serious music fans:
New Apps for Faster, Easier Syncing and Access: all of the MyMusicCloud apps will be updated including Apple iTunes, Android via Google Play, Nokia, Windows phone, Blackberry, and smart TV including Samsung and Toshiba apps. The new iOS and Google Play apps are available today.
New Music Player: recommends tracks based on a user’s collection and listening activity.
Dynamic Playlists: give the listener more control over the music they listen to.
Recommended Artists and Albums: allows users to discover, buy, and add more music to their collections.
Lyrics: now available for any track in the player.
MyMusicCloud lets you easily access and manage your music across all your connected devices. The service runs on any computer, mobile phone, tablet or connected TV—online or offline—and automatically syncs and plays your music from iTunes or Windows Media Player, without a USB cable. MyMusicCloud also offers a music catalog of more than 23 million tracks from major record labels.
A division of TriPlay, MyMusicCloud is based in New York City and is available worldwide in 22 languages. The company currently has approximately half a million users internationally, with a robust social following of 250,000 likes on Facebook.