Like streaming music on demand? Don’t like wires? MOG, the on-demand listening service, has introduced a beta release of its new desktop client for Mac, making it the first streaming music service to offer native AirPlay support.
Using the MOG application (and subscription service), you can instantly access more than 11 million songs served up at a high quality 320-kbps rate. As a stand-alone app, the new client requires no browser to connect you to your MOG account. Thanks to the app’s built-in AirPlay capability, you can stream music through your Mac to your speakers via your Airport Express, AppleTV, or your Airplay-enabled portable device.
The new MOG desktop client beta is available now as a free download from the Apple App Store. You can also sign up for a free 14-day trial (which should give you plenty of time to sample MOG’s million-album catalogue and decide if this $9.99/month service is for you).
Check out MOG’s new client at the Mac App Store.