Rhapsody, an online music store subscription service, has just jumped the gun and released its Rhapsody WP8 app, making an anticipated comeback at Redmond’s latest operating system.
The Rhapsody WP8 app version 3.0 brings a slew of new features including offline playback — similar to what Spotify, Nokia Music+ and Xbox Music already offer. Talking about offline playback, the US-based service now will let you access to your downloaded tracks, albums, and playlists while you’re off. There also a range of improvements in new version, which include see your listening history, support for “My Music” with the ability to add or remove tracks, albums, and artist—plus check out other people’s libraries, add and remove stations from “My Stations,” alongside the improvements to audio playback, album art, and search.
Starters can head to Windows Phone Store for official grab of new version, meanwhile existing might want to sit tight and wait for an update.
The Rhapsody service costs either $10 or $15 per month in the USA. The service is also expected to go live soon in Europe.
Source: Windows Phone blog