Users who are awaiting Apple to announce the rumored iTunes streaming service, which would purported allow users to store their iTunes-purchased content inside Apple’s servers and have the media content be streamable with an Internet connection from the cloud on demand, can now look for towards Mougg for a free solution in the interim as the iTunes streaming solution still hasn’t been announced.
Mougg’s web-based solution gives users 1 GB of digital storage for music, and users can access their uploaded content from any Web browser. Additionally, an Android app is available to get on-demand listening privileges of your uploaded music library while on the go on an Android smartphone or tablet, and an iOS app is forthcoming for iPhone and WiFi-connected iPod Touch users.
Like iTunes, the Mougg interface appears clean and there’s even a bit of social network integration built into the service, allowing you to post your listening status to Twitter or Facebook.
To give Mougg a try, you can head to the company’s website.