Is there a New Version for Rhapsody Remote App?

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The Rhapsody remote app is one of the best apps that I installed. Does anybody know if there is a new version now of the application?

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Is there a New Version for Rhapsody Remote App?

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I’m not sure which Rhapsody product you are pointing to since there are other products that go by that name. But if you are pointing to the Rhapsody that offers music services then you should go to the website where you previously downloaded the Rhapsody application. Or you may also find it in iTunes.

If you will visit the Rhapsody website you will not find there a download page for the Rhapsody application. The site only offers music subscription for your Smartphones. If you want to download a similar app that can access Rhapsody through your phone then try downloading iPeng by visiting iTunes now.

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Is there a New Version for Rhapsody Remote App?

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Rhapsody is an online music store subscription service which is based in Seattle, Washington. Rhapsody separated from its former parent company, RealNetworks, on April 6, 2010 and re-launched as a standalone company. When downloading music from the service, the downloaded files have usage limitations which are imposed by Helix, Rhapsody’s own version of the digital rights management imposed on WMA or AAC+ files.

Aside from restricted WMA and AAC audio files, Rhapsody also sells MP3 music that doesn’t have digital rights management restrictions. Rhapsody started when Sylvain Rebaud, Alexandre Brouaux, Tim Bratton, Dave Lampton, J.P. Lester, and Nick Sincaglia were working on a new streaming audio engine in 1999. The audio engine was distributed commercially in the TuneTo.com, a customized radio service.

The engine was also used in Aladdin, their “celestial jukebox” sample or prototype. Listen.com purchased TuneTo.com in April 2001, a startup founded by Rob Reid, an author and entrepreneur, in San Francisco that had created a huge online music directory. Aladdin was converted into the Rhapsody music service throughout the summer and fall of 2001. The Rhapsody music service was launched on December 3, 2001.

If you want to try the service, you can have it on your mobile phone. Visit Rhapsody unRadio & Premier. It requires Android 4.0 and up.

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