Rhapsody Arrives in Android Market
Rhapsody has taken their music service out of beta and released it into the Android Market. Starting today, users can install the app and check out favorite songs or listen to the latest releases over their Android phone. Although the app is free to download, it does require a subscription to the Rhapsody service. If you are setting up a new account, you can take advantage of the more 9 million songs in a free 14-day trial. Subscription fees are $9.95 per month for those who wish to sign up.
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