Originally Posted by MenDriveTrucks
...and I'll probably go with MOG for mobile to play in Tacoma.
Do it!! I really like MOG and try to talk everyone into using it. They might not have every song in the world, but no one does.
With my current Sony deck, I can stream any audio source (e.g. Pandora, MOG, YouTube, etc.) and info about the song shows up on screen. And I can play, pause, and skip forwards and backwards through the deck. So if you can do the same with Pandora on your deck, I would think
you should be good to go with other music sources too. I've also used Rhapsody, Rdio, and Spotify (just the tiral versions) in addition to the MOG on a Kenwood deck and I could play, pause, and skip forwards and backwards through the deck.
Now here comes the part where I try and talk everyone into using MOG...
I really like MOG because their entire library is at 320 kbps. As far as I know, its the only subscription based music service that offers their entire library at that rate. Compared to a wired connection with Pandora, streaming MOG via blue tooth is noticeably better in my truck with stock speakers. If you're kind of tired of Pandora's limited song library, check out the artist radio portion of MOG. Along with the 320 kbps, its what sold me on MOG. Most of the music services out now have artist based radio stations. So basically, if you choose the Coldplay station, it will play Coldplay and other similar artists. And that's how it is on all of the music services. What's different with MOG though, is that you can adjust how much the other similar artists are played in. This video show it better than I can explain it. Note: The iPhone based app looks different than the what's shown in the video, but the features are exactly the same.
I still use Pandora some because they base a lot of what's played on the songs themselves, rather than just similar artists. So depending on what type of music I'm in the mood for, sometimes I do the MOG radio thing, and other times I do the Pandora thing.