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MOG opens its doors to Windows with new desktop application

Brian Heater
March 23, 2012
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Been aching to get your MOG on, now that music streaming service is all over the news, after all that acquisition talk? The proposition just got a bit easier with the introduction of a new application for Windows. The desktop-bound version of the service features built-in AirPlay support, a native audio decoder and a UI that should prove familiar to browser-based users. To get the Windows version like the blue fuzzy fellow above (or the boring old Mac app), click the source link below.

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