Rhapsody for Android Beta Now Available
Rhapsody teased us a lot with their music app for Android devices. iPhone users have a powerful music management app, iTunes, but there was none available for Android users.
Rhapsody officially announced a few days ago of their Android app that would release as a public beta. This app will give access to Android users to stream about 8 million songs from Rhapsody’s catalog.
Here’s the official announcement:
If youâ€™re up on all the latest tech news, then youâ€™ve already heard of Googleâ€™s brand new Nexus One phone, the latest in its Android line. Now, Rhapsody is pleased to announce the launch of a public beta program for our new Android app, which allows you to stream all 8 million songs in Rhapsodyâ€™s catalog while at the same time calling your mother and responding to your motherâ€™s new Tweet. If you own a Droid, G1 or any other Android device, you are invited to visit us on our Facebook page to register to be a part of the beta test group. Non-Rhapsody subscribers are also eligible and will have the opportunity to try Rhapsody at no cost for seven days. Thank you for helping us create a premium mobile music experience!