There’s already a bunch of music apps available for Logitech’s Squeezebox (including Rhapsody, Last.fm, Pandora, DI.fm, Napster, Sky.fm, Spotify, Deezer and more) but this morning there was some good news for MOG fans in the United States.
Logitech has teamed up with MOG to give users access to the latter’s music streaming library, which consists of 13 million songs, custom radio stations, artist-only stations and more.
MOG streams on-demand audio at 320 kbps, and is entirely ad-free for subscribers.
Subscriptions begin at $5 per month and new subscribers can sign up for a free 14-day trial.
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...
Founded in 1981, Logitech designs and manufactures computer and electronics peripherals such as mice, keyboards, speakers. They have been making computer keyboards and mice for HP, Apple, Dell, and also for platforms such as PlayStation. Their products sell universally, which is on account of their innovative range of options with a focus on products that deal with navigation in PCs, gaming, music, communications, and home-entertainment control.