Audiophiles may probably be seen grinning since the MOG app for Windows has now been rolled out. Having already being available for Mac and iOS, the service is finally available to PC users who constantly listen to music.
So Windows users can now do away with accessing the service through the browser since the app is available for download from the company’s official web portal. Music lovers should know that this variant is complete with built-in AirPlay support and comes with other handy features as well. The app facilitates playing back music at higher than 320kbps and extends support to keyboard shortcuts for easy utility. Borrowing the UI from its web version, this offering claims enhanced stability and speed.
“With a native audio decoder built from the ground-up and designed to provide the best possible audio quality & playback experience, our Windows app takes advantage of it’s web-free capabilities, and like our native Mac app, it comes with AirPlay support built right in,” shares a recent post on the official Mog blog.
Needless to say, users will have access to over 1 million albums and 14 million songs via subscription. The on-demand music streaming service also displays personalized recommendations based on favorites, listening habits and ‘likes’ on Facebook. What many audiophiles may approve of is one-click access to the lowdown on what’s trending in terms of new releases, top albums as well as artists and the likes.
As mentioned earlier, the MOG app for Windows can now be downloaded by PC users for free.