Any Music on Android and All Devices: The MyMusicCloud Musi-ocracy

Were you excited — or just kinda meh — about the big Facebook Home announcement? To recap, Mark Zuckerberg unveiled a super-sized, new Facebook phone app called “Home” with lots of new chat and home-screen features and a nifty, pre-loaded HTC phone you can buy for $99 on April 12.

It’s all super news for Android-based phone owners. But what about Apple, Blackberry, Windows and other non-Android-based OS phone users? Urm, hello? (Cricket. Cricket.)

“The core bits are just not possible,” Adam Mosseri, Facebook Home’s director of product, told reporters inquiring about Home’s iPhone compatibility.

Hmm. It’s rather like if our cloud-based music delivery system said, “Okay, all you Beliebers (Justin Bieber fans), you’re welcome to store, share and stream your fave Bieber tunes on our servers, but you Claymates, Maggots, Little  Monsters, TH Family, Parrot-Heads and everybody else? You’re on your own.”

Talk about a party-crasher.

Because we believe in a musi-ocracy, MyMusicCloud enables you to sync your music across all your devices, regardless of brand. Android, Apple, Blackberry, Microsoft — as long as it has a hard drive, you can share your music on it.

Start playing Macklemore’s “Thrift Shop” on your Google tablet at home (I wear your granddad’s clothes, I look incredible…), pause it on the drive to your local vintage store, and then hit play on your iPhone and pick it up right where you left off (I’m in this big ass coat, from that thrift shop down the road …).

We’re guessing you probably like the phones, tablets, and other media-playing devices you already own, and don’t necessarily want to commit to one single platform for everything.

That’s why our apps sync it all across nearly every device. Listen for yourself Try MyMusicCloud out with 2 gigs of storage space – on us.

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