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Briefly: Rhapsody adds song recognition, Candy Apple version 1.3

updated 07:19 pm EDT, Thu June 19, 2014

Rhapsody for iOS adds song recognition, live radio stations

Rhapsody, an Internet radio streaming app and music store, has released an update for its iOS version. Rhapsody is available free for T-Mobile customers with 4G LTE data plans, and as a $10 monthly subscription accessible through an in-app purchase for others. Adding a new TrackMatch integration feature, users can identify and tag a song that is currently playing; any identified song is then available for full-length playback and purchase. The release of v3.1 also includes the ability to listen to live stations from anywhere in the world. Rhapsody v3.1 is available for free for iOS devices running iOS 6.0 or later.



MacAppware introduces v1.3 of Candy Apple, adds Close Path option

MacAppware has announced the release of its latest version of Candy Apple for OS X, a vector-based graphic design and illustration app. Candy Apple features full vector support, and offers users the ability to enhance pictures, edit, and add various effects to graphics. Over 130 filters and effects are included. New inclusions to Candy apple are a new Close Path option to the Object | Path menu, allowing users to close the path of any open Polygon, Path or Arc that is selected. A variety of bug fixes are also included. Candy Apple runs on OS X 10.6.8 or later, and is currently priced at $15, a 50 percent discount from its usual price of $30.




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