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Rhapsody remakes Android app for tablet owners

updated 05:45 pm EST, Thu February 2, 2012

Enhances user experience and friendliness

Rhapsody has pushed out a revamped version of its Android app for tablets. The latest version,, is optimized for devices with nine-inch or larger screens and running Android 3.0 or later (free, Market). The subscription music download provider claims the new version is "more engaging, more touchable, with loads of content and new paths to music discovery."

The new version also offers more robust music management and discovery, album suggestions, and editorial features. The redesign provides a magazine-style layout which simplifies finding music tracks from the Rhapsody catalog, along with artist biographies and album reviews. Users claim that this latest version has improved stability, fixes audio focus issues, and loads more quickly than before.

Rhapsody offers unlimited music downloads as a subscription service for $10 a month. New users can try it out for free for 14 days. [via Droid-Life]

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