mSpot lets users stream full-length movies to mobile phones

Justin Cauchon January 12, 2010 1

We at Smartphone Nation do a lot of driving around the country and we sometimes like to watch movies on the go. At CES, mSpot showed us a new service that we thing many of our readers will be interested in. mSpot will allow users with iPhones, BlackBerrys, Palm, and Android phones to watch full-length movies through the browser. This is a unique service because mSpot is the first company to offer this, beating Netflix, Blockbuster, and iTunes. Right now users are only able to watch videos while connected to the network, however the company is working on the ability to cache movies for use on planes or when there is no connection available.

Check out the service by going to on your mobile browser.

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