Rhapsody Beta Testing Android App

Rhapsody, the ultra-popular music service, has announced the launch of their public beta program for a forthcoming Android app.  Users will be able to access and stream over 8 million songs from the Rhapsody catalog.  And, thanks to the super powers of green robots, Android allows for listening to music in the background while knocking out an email or browsing the web. 

If you own an Android device and want to participate in the public beta, you are encouraged to visit their Facebook page to register.  Non-Rhapsody subscribers can also take part in the program and try Rhapsody at no cost for seven days.

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