New Rhapsody iPhone App Will Allow Users To Download Songs To Play Them Offline

News | Saturday March 13 2010 3:18 AM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

. The iPhone app allows users who have subscribed to Rhapsody To Go service ($14.99 per month) to individually select and listen to more than 6 million songs in its catalog on-demand over 3G/EDGE and Wi-Fi.
Though users can create their own streaming playlists, unlike
they can’t save them to play them offline. Rhapsody plans to address this limitation in the new version as it was the No. 1 request from users.
So with the new version, users will no longer need a 3G/Edge or Wi-Fi connection to listen to music from this service on their iPhone .
Rhapsody plans to submit the new version of their iPhone app for approval to the App Store very soon.
Since Apple has already approved Spotify, which has a similar feature, we expect the new version to be approved.
Will this new feature convince you to subscribe to Rhapsody’s To Go service? Let us know in the comments.

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