Windows/Mac, iPhone/iOS: Want to stream music from your main stash to an iPhone, Android phone or any browser? Audiogalaxy, once a Napster-like peer-to-peer service, seems reborn as a straight-up service for streaming your own music, and it’s brazenly easy to set up.
Audiogalaxy is free to use, and there are no apparent limits on collection size, though the service only supports DRM-free MP3s and AAC files. There’s an Audiogalaxy Gold that provides a vague “unlimited access to your music on ALL your devices”. Thanks for the tip hengehog!
Update: Audiogalaxy is limiting the number of users during what was supposed to be a quiet launch. More sign-ups opportunities should be available in the near future.
Republished from Lifehacker.