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Transform your Android Phone into an MP3 Player on Steroids with Rhapsody 2.0

by On November 18, 2010

Just a bit of heads-up folks, Rhapsody music app for Android just made its way to the Android Market and is now available in its latest version. If you are a Rhapsody music service subscribers, the Rhapsody Android app will enable you to bring your subscription anywhere regardless whether your Android phone is online or offline. Rhapsody 2.0 Android app features offline playback and of course allows you to download tracks and playlists and make them available anywhere even without network connection. This sort of brings the same experience as what MP3 Player users are enjoying with their Rhapsody subscription, to Android users. Rhapsody 2.0 will transform your Android phone into an MP3 Player in steroids, so to speak. Rhapsody offers access to a library of 10.6 million tracks from its music catalog which you can directly access either from your PC, mobile device, TV and connected home audio system – and now also on your Android phone. To enjoy all of these on your Android phone, you need to subscribe to Rhapsody subscription service for a monthly fee of $9.99. Great deal, right? Check Rhapsody Android app from the Marketplace now. via [PR Newswire]

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