The latest addition to Rhapsody’s product portfolio was built from the ground up and is stunning in its speed and beauty, with markedly improved playback speed. The app emphasizes the rich iPad display, inviting listeners to visually navigate Rhapsody’s comprehensive catalog.
Thanks to unlimited lightning-fast downloads, Rhapsody members can take their music with them, even when they don’t have an Internet connection. As with all Rhapsody players, Rhapsody for iPad and iPad Mini is ad-free, allowing listeners a fully immersive experience without interruption or distraction.
“Our customers are going to be big fans of the latest tablet additions to Rhapsody’s growing product suite,” said Paul Springer, senior vice president, worldwide product and design. “Rhapsody has never looked or sounded better. We built this app from the ground up optimizing for speed, reliability and an effortless discovery experience for our members. We obsessed – and will continue to obsess – over making this the best way to enjoy music on your iPad, whether you listen through the internal speakers, headphones or external speakers using our Airplay and Bluetooth integration.”
In addition to direct access to their complete music library and downloads, members get the full depth of Rhapsody’s 16 million songs through a guided discovery experience.
Rhapsody for iPad features new releases and the most popular tracks and artists across more than 600 musical genres. Member-created playlists and libraries are easy to access, edit and create, and sync across the more than 100 devices where Rhapsody is available.
It’s been a busy few months for America’s leading premium on-demand music service, which released a completely new Android app including Rhapsody Replay; Rhapsody SongMatch, a free Android app that allows you to match, identify, play and save songs to a playlist, as well as a new Xbox Live app. With a continued focus on exclusive editorial content and music curation, Rhapsody has been the leading premium subscription service for more than a decade.
Rhapsody provides the ultimate music experience and offers a premium music service that appeals to music enthusiasts’ needs, while bringing music to the masses via partners like Verizon, AT&T, Sonos and metroPCS. In 2012, Rhapsody acquired the iconic Napster service, and operates in the United States as well as in the UK and Germany under the Napster brand.
Rhapsody for iPad is available today, and comes with 30 days of Rhapsody.
The Rhapsody® digital music service (www . rhapsody . com) gives subscribers unlimited on-demand access to more than 16 million songs, whether they’re listening on a PC, laptop, Internet connected home stereo or TV, MP3 player or mobile phone. Rhapsody allows subscribers to access their music through mobile phones from Verizon Wireless and MetroPCS, through Rhapsody applications on the Apple iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, RIM BlackBerry, Windows Phone 7 and Android mobile platforms as well as through devices from Vizio, SanDisk, HP, Sonos and Philips. Rhapsody is headquartered in Seattle, with offices in Frankfurt, London, Luxemburg, New York and San Francisco. Rhapsody, and the Rhapsody logo are registered trademarks of Rhapsody International Inc. Follow @Rhapsody on Twitter and keep up with the latest on the Rhapsody Facebook page.