Everyone wants a piece of the online music streaming experience. Even Telstra. Can you blame them? Since January this year, 5 million more users have signed up to Spotify‘s advertising-supported music service.
So, why should you even consider using MOG, Telstra’s online music streaming service?
The interface is simple, clean and easy to navigate through. The gray colour scheme is a little dull, but does not distract from the overall look and feel of the MOG experience. It is difficult initially to build playlists, but once you get used to the process it is simple enough.
It boasts a music library of 16 million songs. You should easily be able to find any song, album or artist you are looking for. As with other music streaming services, there are a few artists who choose not to make their back catalogue available, but this would be in the minority.
MOG’s pros and cons:
– Huge music library with 16 million songs
– Free premium service access for the first 14 days
– High quality streams (320 kbps)
– Mobile app support for iPhone, iPod and Android
– Offline play via download for desktop and phone on premium subscription
– Sounds like ‘mong‘
– Lack of social sharing options compared to other music subscription service
– Discovering new music not intuitive
– Mobile streaming only available on a premium subscription
– Late entry onto the market. People are already committed to similar music streaming services
Sign up for a free 14-day service by visiting the MOG website.