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Rhapsody Launches App Customized for Windows Phone 8

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Feb 15, 2013, 1:03 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Microsoft and Rhapsody today announced that a new version of Rhapsody's subscription service is available in the Windows Phone Store. Rhapsody 3.0 was developed to take advantage of the features and tools that are a part of Windows Phone 8. Some of the features include offline playback of cached tracks; the abllity to add/remove tracks, stations, and playlists on the fly with the My Music tool; searchable listening history; and improvements in audio performance, album art, and search. Rhapsody offers a music streaming service for a number of platforms. The Windows Phone 8 app can be downloaded starting later today.

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Feb 18, 2013, 4:11 PM

good to know

For those who actually have the service. I've never used it, because I have free alternatives to music, LastFM, iHeart Rafio, and Nokia Music. I'm sure the service allows for downloads of music directly to your phone, in addition to other features.
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