Oh Apple you’re so weird these days. After approving Spotify here goes nothing: Apple has approved another media streaming application called Rhapsody, and you wanna know what: it’s available in the US. For free. This is really good although it doesn’t cache music, but Rhapsody for iPhone is now available at the App Store and anybody can download it. Anybody who is willing to pay $15 per month for the Rhapsody to the subscription.
Another good advantage of the Rhapsody app for iPhone is that its catalog packs about 8 million tracks from MTV and Real Network, while the drawback is that it streams only via 64kbps quality. Hey Apple is approving apps which duplicate features, and we cannot wait to see Google Voice Mobile reaching the App Store, and hopefully, GVoice will be available via both WiFi and 3G, just like Rhapsody.
Download Rhapsody app for iPhone at the App Store here. [Warning: iTunes Store Link.]
P.S. What do you think? First of all: about Apple approving Spotify and Rhapsody, and second… will Steve Jobs allow Google Voice goodies from getting into his business?
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