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Is there a free/ad-supported website that allows me to stream my own uploaded mp3 music files to play directly in the web browser, make playlists, etc. Copyright should not be a problem, because I don't want to share the music, only listen to it myself by logging into my account.

Basically I want a website that offers a combination of private mp3 hosting and a streaming music player. Otherwise I have to re-download all my music from my file hosting account every time I want to listen to it.


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I you are in the USA play.google.com might be what you want. – Nifle May 17 '12 at 8:52
FWIW: I'm in the UK and I could previously use Google Music on my Nexus S phone. Sadly it no longer works now I'm on a HTC One X. – Richard May 17 '12 at 9:11

Spotify a free-ad based music service offers the ability to play your own music through it. It offers the ability to play your own mp3s through it's downloadable program and is at the same time a streaming music. I find it to be a great music discovery tool as well.


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