Rhapsody refreshes app with new visual interface, recommendations
Rhapsody has just dropped a new version of its music application/service in the Google Play store and it sure is a looker. Details include a refreshed visual interface with full-screen album art, swiping-to-skip, and the introduction of a new feature, Replay. T
his latest addition will recommend tracks to you based on time and day, much like Songza. You’ll also find that the updated home screen gives love to new releases as well as content and playlists put together by the Rhapsody team. Download Rhapsody for your Android smartphone or tablet today and get started at no cost.
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