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Rhapsody headed to iPhones

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 24 Aug 2009 14:17 User comments (2)

Rhapsody headed to iPhones RealNetworks has submitted their Rhapsody music subscription service to the Apple App Store this week, and is currently waiting on approval.
The app will allow users to stream unlimited music on their iPhone/iPod Touch for $14.99 a month. The app itself will be free as long as you have a Rhapsody To Go account.

The bigger question however is whether Apple will accept the application, being that it will possibly compete against Apple's iTunes platform.

Rhapsody offers over 8 million songs.

Rhapsody on iPhone from Rhapsody on Vimeo.

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2 user comments

124.8.2009 14:42

Who knows if they will accept it. Has been over a month now since spotify submitted their app but heres hoping.

224.8.2009 15:05

Pandora and Last.fm, were passed.

None of apps, Spotify, Rapsody, Pandora and Last.fm will work without net connectivity. This drains the battery something fierce and won't work on a plain or secure environments, is subject to network traffic etc.

No competition I think.

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