MOG Mobile Music is really a strange duality. On the one hand it is a great service that will allow you to have access to a huge library of music either for download strait to your iPhone, or just to listen right from the iPhone app. On the other hand, this "free iPhone application" actually comes with a subscription cost of $9.99 a month.
The question here is whether or not, in this new world of mobile media, you are actually going to pay for music or not. For those who are answering this yes then MOG Mobile Music really is a treat. You have the ability to check in with what is happening in music in MOG Mobile Music by checking the MOG Charts, new releases, picks put together by MOG for each individual day, and so on. This is all nice as MOG Mobile Music actually allows you to begin customizing the app by setting favorites, looking at your downloads, and preparing queues.
When browsing through music you are going to find that there is actually a nice set up that allows you to see artist information and even view album art. The library is extensive and it is fairly easy to use, but that cost still hovers above you. Before you go for MOG Mobile Music you really have to decide how much music you really consume on the road. Now you can also access the Mobile Music subscription on your computer and get to download from their library, which has already surpassed 8 million tracks and is still growing. You will also get internet radio that is fairly impressive, even though services like Pandora are blowing it out of the water. MOG Mobile Music is a great iPhone app, for those who are willing to pay what equals out to almost $120 a year.
Note: as of time of this review MOG Mobile Misuc App does not support multitasking on iOS 4