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 |  Jun 07 2012, 11:18 AM

Ford owners with SYNC can add yet another streaming music service to its Applink infotainment system now that MOG has come onboard.

MOG joins a long list of already compatible streaming music services for Ford’s SYNC such as Pandora, iHeartRadio, Stitcher SmartRadio, Slacker, and NPR. Through the MOG app on their USB-connected smartphones, drivers will be able to use their voice and in-dash controls to find what they want to listen to. That includes MOG’s on-demand radio features and program radio station presets simply by saying words like, “top songs.”

Founded in 2005, MOG mobile app users are currently charged $9.95 a month for the service that has access to about 15 million songs and is compatible on both Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android operating systems.

The American automaker is still working on making its developer kit for AppLink available to the public. Currently it’s invite only but Ford hopes to expand it soon.

[Source: Tech Crunch]