MOG vs. Rdio (comparison)

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mog vs rdio

Kristie Bertucci is an L.A.-based writer, who can't live without her MacBook Pro. When she's not writing, she's either reading or shopping (online, of course) and loves lazy days so she can catch up on her DVR-recorded shows and movies. She's definitely a Mac girl, she loves music and is currently on a mission to to have an insane and enviable iTunes library.

3 Comments to MOG vs. Rdio (comparison)

  1. Goo Smoo

    Am I the only one confused by the preference for Rdio over MOG? Maybe it’s just my quirky desires for certain features. I like great sound quality (MOG) and a UI that’s easy on the eyes (MOG). Rdio’s display of white everywhere hurts my eyes, even when the monitor is dimmed. Neither has playlist folders, which is why I don’t pay for either. If there’s ever a day when I can get a *stable* music streaming app for Android and web, where the UI is easy on the eyes, where there’s a huge library, and where there are easy ways to find music I like but hadn’t heard before, I’d probably die from shock. Maybe Google’s pending music service will be my solution.

  2. Just wanted to comment on something that isn’t correct (as far as I can tell) . there doesn’t seem to be any way to import your own music into Rdio OR Mog. Overall I think I like Rdio’s interface more, but that higher bitrate streaming is something that’s very tempting….

  3. Thanks for the great review and comparison. Just canceled my MOG account and switched to Rdio. The real deciding factors for me were that the Rdio Android app is far better and MOG pulled thier Samsung Smart TV app for some unknown reason. I am about an hour into using the Rdio app and already enjoying it much more than I ever did with MOG.

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