Imeem has launched its Mobile social music application for the iPhone and iPod touch.
The main thrust of the online streaming service is the ability to search and play millions of user-posted songs through a free downloadable app.
But it also offers users cloud storage for music libraries and data files.
By creating an imeem account on its Web site, you can upload up to 100 songs for free.
It offers a VIP Subscription service for USD $29.99 per year, which allows 1,000 uploads, while USD $99.99 a year gives 20,000.
The app is likely to prove popular with iPhone owners, particularly those with 8GB handset who find it isn’t sufficient to hold large playlists and music collections.
The iPhone app follows one launched for Android last year.
Dalton Caldwell, founder and CEO of imeem, said MyMusic enables music lovers to browse and stream their personal imeem music library.
"People can upload up to 20,000 songs of the music they own directly to imeem.com, and then enjoy the songs on the go whenever they want without taking up additional storage on their mobile device," he said.
imeem Mobile is now available from Apple’s App Store.