You've probably heard of iTunes
, Rdio, Spotify and maybe even Rhapsody. But have you heard of MOG? You will soon enough. MOG was recently purchased by Beats Audio, and given Beats' link to HTC, we wouldn't be surprised to see MOG become a staple of HTC's Sense overlay. But estimations aside, one of the major reasons that MOG has seen minimal uptake, despite being quite the powerful music streaming / subscription service, is the lack of a Windows app. Up until this week, MOG was only accessible via iPhone, Android, Mac or the web. Now, the MOG app for Windows is getting real.
Available now, the app promises to open MOG up to millions and millions of PC users, and like the Mac app, AirPlay support is built in for use with Apple streaming devices. There's a native audio decoder, support for keyboard shortcuts and no browser needed. If you've been looking for a solid music service for $10, but wanted a Windows app to try MOG, wait no more. It's there in the Via link.