November 2, 2013
Seemingly in (belated) response to iTunes Radio, Rhapsody has just launched its enhanced personalized music station service, along with an iOS 7 redesign for its official iOS app. One of the first on-demand music subscription services, Rhapsody now offers artist- and song-based stations through its new and improved Rhapsody Radio feature. The enhanced Rhapsody Radio sets itself apart from most other similar services with its ad-free experience and support for unlimited skipping of tracks. What's more, it lets you see upcoming tracks in a station and jump straight to them or remove them. It also lets you tune the variety of stations to suit your preferences. In addition to its personalized radio enhancements, Rhapsody has applied some design enhancements to its iPhone app, most of which are in line with the look and feel of iOS 7. Rhapsody for iOS has also been updated with the ability to play and shuffle all downloaded tracks by an artist and the ability to favorite any playing track for quick access later via the My Music section. Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 5.1 or later, the new version of Rhapsody for iOS is available now in the App Store for free. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
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