Rhapsody for Android Beta Now Available

by on January 12, 2010
in Android, Softwares

rhapsody-logoRhapsody 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 you’re up on all the latest tech news, then you’ve already heard of Google’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 Rhapsody’s catalog while at the same time calling your mother and responding to your mother’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!

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