TriPlay’s MyMusicCloud was recently featured in BlackBerry App World. Today they’re announcing the integration of DropBox. In addition to easy synchronization of music across disparate platforms, the integration of MyMusicCloud provides Dropbox users with an incredible user experience via a music player interface displaying users’ playlists, albums, artists and track.

Press Release

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New York, NY – December 14, 2011 – Now it is possible to synchronize your Dropbox music collection to all of your devices! MyMusicCloud (www.mymusiccloud.com), the free universal cloud music service, is now integrated with Dropbox (www.dropbox.com), the popular cloud file hosting service. The synergy of MyMusicCloud and Dropbox greatly enhances music enjoyment and freedom for music aficionados everywhere.

“MyMusicCloud extends the simplicity of enjoying your treasured music collection stored on Dropbox by allowing you to hear it anywhere you go on any mobile device, tablet or PC,” explained Tamir Koch, CEO for TriPlay. “Additionally, MyMusicCloud provides an incredible user experience via a music player interface displaying users’ playlists, albums, artists and tracks.”

MyMusicCloud enables users to sync their iTunes and other media players across virtually every type of mobile phone, tablet or personal computer including BlackBerry, iPhone, Android phones, Samsung, HTC, Nokia, Sony Ericsson and Motorola. The synching of the music is all done over the air and automatically, without the need for a USB cable or a ‘sync’ button.

Unlike streaming-only services such as Spotify, Grooveshark or Pandora, MyMusicCloud enables users to synchronize their music and video collections to their mobile phones and tablets for online or offline playback, as well as streaming through the web.

Importantly, users with multiple device types can use MyMusicCloud as one seamless, cross-platform solution. For example, users can sync and listen to all of their music on an Apple iPad together with an Android, BlackBerry or Nokia phone.

MyMusicCloud also enables users to buy music from the store, view songs’ lyrics, crop ringtones and share their music taste with Facebook friends.

Availability and Pricing

MyMusicCloud is available immediately at www.mymusiccloud.com. The MyMusicCloud service offers online storage of up to 2 GB of songs for free and the ability to purchase additional storage starting at $10  annually for 5 GB of storage.  Users in the U.S., Canada and the U.K. can purchase and download music from the MyMusicCloud store.  The store offers over 11 million songs for prices starting at $.19.

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About TriPlay

TriPlay is a multi-faceted technology company focused on providing globally-available multimedia services including music, photos, videos and messaging. TriPlay’s solutions empower users to access content anywhere in the world from any mobile phone, personal computer, tablet or Web-enabled television. TriPlay is a privately held company with offices in New York and Israel. More information can be found at www.triplay.com, Facebook (www.facebook.com/mymusiccloud) and Twitter (www.twitter.com/mymusiccloud).