MOG is following the tried and true method of expanding its appeal by expanding onto new hardware and just announced that the music streaming service is now streaming on select Samsung Smart TVs and Blu-ray players. This gives owners of 2010 and 2011 Sammy TVs and Blu-ray players access to MOG’s impressive 12 million song library streamed at 320kbps.
This latest move follows other streaming service’s quick adoption of multiple hardware platforms. MOG is now accessible on iOS devices, Android phones, LG TVs and streamers such as Boxee, Roku, and Sonos. And they’re not done.
We’re told that MOG will soon make the leap from CE devices to automotive systems. Yep, MOG will soon join the ranks of Pandora and RDIO and be accessible through in-vehicle systems. MOG is currently available as a BMW App, but more support is coming.
As for the Samsung support, the MOG app can be found in Samsung Apps’ Lifestyle, and currently, the What’s New sections. The app itself is free, but the MOG service runs $4.99 a month for access through a computer, set-top box or TV. $9.99 a month nets subscribers access on their iOS or Android device.
MOG Inc. is a next-generation music media company founded in June 2005 by David Hyman, former CEO for Gracenote. MOG has one simple goal: to perfect your music listening experience. MOG’s on-demand streaming music service provides multi-platform access to a deep library of over 14 million songs from over a million albums through its award-winning mobile apps on iPhone and Android, on the Web, desktop app for Mac and soon for Windows, streaming entertainment devices such as Roku, Sonos and...