It was roughly over a month ago
when we first heard news about an offline feature that would make its way to the Rhapsody app for the iPhone. The biggest hurdle it had to be subjected to was passing through Apple's app approval process – which is now thankfully clear that it has gotten the green lights. The latest version of the Rhapsody app can now be downloaded and offers users the ability to download music so that it'll continue to play in the event you lose connectivity to the network – so you can sit back and relax without the worry of having it cut off unexpectedly. Just a reminder that you'll need to subscribe to a monthly plan to check out all of the neat stuff Rhapsody has to offer.
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