MOG’s 320Kbps Music Streaming Service Now Available on the Boxee Box

Love the sound of unlimited music? Well, MOG has got you covered for as little as $4.99/mo ($5 more for mobile access). The service has just landed on the Boxee Box with its very own custom app (provides 320Kbps audio streams and 1080p-ready cover art), but you can also find MOG on Sonos, Roku, and LG’s Smart TV. Unfortunately, there’s no word if the MOG app will be available to PC / Mac / Linux Boxee users in the near future. This seems to follow the trend that the Boxee Box gets support for the hottest apps first.

UPDATE: we just got word that, yes, the MOG app (HTML5-based) is available only to Boxee Box owners in the U.S. presently.

MOG subscribers will enjoy the following features of the new MOG app for Boxee:

  • Unlimited music: Access to over 11.5 million songs and over one million albums, on-demand.
  • High quality audio: Music is streamed at 320 kbps-better than any other music service.
  • Full QWERTY Remote: Seamless search through Boxee’s dual-sided remote featuring simple controls on one side, and a QWERTY keypad on the reverse.
  • Best-in-class, personal radio: The most powerful music discovery engine on the planet enables both artist-only and similar artists radio.
  • One-click access: With one click, get instant access to new releases, top artists, top albums and editor’s picks.
  • Boxee HD: Enjoy MOG’s album art on your TV in stunning 1080p HD.
  • Wireless connection: Boxee streams from the Internet directly to your home entertainment system, no PC required.

MOG’s app for Boxee is available for free to new and existing subscribers who own a Boxee Box by D-Link. The Boxee can be purchased for $199 from After a 14-day free trial, new MOG users can subscribe to either of MOG’s subscription plans, both of which include Boxee access:

  • MOG Basic, $4.99 per month: Access to MOG on Boxee, Roku, LG Internet connected TVs & Blu-ray players, and online.
  • MOG Primo, $9.99 per month: Access to MOG through mobile devices (iPhone, iPod touch and Android), via Sonos and through all Basic platforms (Boxee, Roku, LG Internet connected TVs & Blu-ray players, and online.

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