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Rhapsody BlackBerry app out of beta, brings in streaming music service for a fee

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rhapsody for blackberry For all of you BlackBerry users out there, you’d be glad to know that the music streaming app Rhapsody has just gone out of beta and is now available for download from the BlackBerry App World as a fully-functioning mobile application. Rhapsody, in case you’re not aware is America’s no.1 subscription music service boasting of more than 10 million songs on demand.

Rhapsody for BlackBerry makes it easier to find music you want to hear, anytime, anywhere. Through the app, you can listen to your old favorite as well as check out newly released songs. It also lets you create playlist and listen to ad-free Internet radio. To access Rhapsody’s music catalog, you need to sign up for a subscription which will cost you $10/month. You can access these songs over Wi-Fi or 3G, so that pretty much covers up Rhapsody access anytime you want to, where ever you may be. Additionally, you can buy music tracks that you’ve listened to inside the Rhapsody BlackBerry app. Music tracks costs from $0.69 to $1.29 per track.

Anyone here who has subscribed to Rhapsody and uses their BlackBerry to use the service? Tell us your opinion about the app. We pretty much have an experience when it comes Rhapsody on iPhone and Android devices so we’re interested to know how it goes for BlackBerry devices.

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