Rhapsody now officially available in the Android Market

Rhapsody now officially available in the Android Market
Rhapsody subscribers that own an Android powered phone can now rejoice as the popular online streaming music application has finally come out of beta and released into the Android Market. It surely was a long time coming as it was first heard that the app would've been available by the end of last year. Instead, the beta version was finally launched in January  and offered Android owners a taste of Rhapsody on their devices. Luckily the free app is now here officially to stay so that subscribers can listen to the over 9 million songs available in their catalog. In addition, there is a free 14-day trial where Android users can get a sneak peek of what to expect, but the subscriptions fees start at $9.95 per month – still, that isn't too shabby when you consider the staggering amount of songs you'll have access to on the go.

via Android Guys


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