TriPlay Launches Custom MyMusicCloud App to Conduit's Network of 260,000 Publishers and 250 Million Users

New MyMusicCloud App, Powered by Conduit, Enables Users to Play Music Collections Directly from their Browsers

Enjoy your music collection directly from your browser! The new MyMusicCloud app enables users to listen to their music continuously, via Conduit-powered Community Toolbars, while surfing the web without locking them to a single website.

MyMusicCloud uniquely addresses the needs of users who want to access and play music – online or offline – on any mobile device, tablet, or personal computer from anywhere in the world. MyMusicCloud enables users to synchronize their iTunes and other media players across virtually every type of device including BlackBerry, Samsung, Android phones, HTC, Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Motorola and Apple's iPhone or iPad. For example, users can listen to all of their Apple iTunes collection and other media players on an Apple iPad together with an Android, BlackBerry or Nokia phone.

“I've tried numerous cloud and online music services and MyMusicCloud stands apart as truly one of the best music solutions out there,” said Aviad Rabinovitch, Content Manager for Conduit and former Head of Music at Orange. “We’re thrilled to be able to offer the app both to publishers and users in the Conduit Network.”

Existing users of MyMusicCloud can enjoy the convenience of fast access to new express features without having to login to their MyMusicCloud accounts. New users can explore MyMusicCloud using the app and can then sign up for the full MyMusicCloud service.


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