As part of its Un-carrier 5.0 (or, Un-carrier 6.0?) event, T-Mobile tonight announced its first foray into the music streaming space, a partnership with Rhapsody called “unRadio.” expand full story
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Rhapsody releases completely redesigned iPhone app with new UI, full-screen player, much more
Rhapsody is rolling out an all new iPhone app today following some big updates to competitive music services earlier this week including Pandora and Rdio. Rhapsody is calling this app update “a completely new experience” for iOS and broke down on its blog a ton of changes its made to the UI on top of adding new features like customizable organization for your library and downloads, improved album and artist pages, and a new full-screen player.
Personalized organization: The music you curate lives in the My Music section, which now has improved organization into two key categories:
o Library: The central folder for your Rhapsody music when connected to the Internet. Music is sub-categorized by playlists, artists, albums, stations, queue and listening history
o Downloads: All the music you can’t live without can be downloaded for easy offline playback
· Upgraded Album and Artist pages: Read a review of an album, shuffle tracks from an artist, and much more
· Full-screen player: Showcase gorgeous artist and album imagery that takes advantage of iPhone’s full screen real estate
· Pop-up menus: Easily add tracks to “My Music,” download, add to a queue or favorite by tapping the + image
Rhapsody Stories March 27, 2013
BMW iOS app integration: Following some recent Siri Eyes Free news from Chevrolet, BMW announced today that it has partnered with handful of developers to bring similar eyes free experiences for a number of third-party iOS apps to its vehicles. BMW has partnered with Audible for audio books, Glympse for location sharing services, Rhapsody for subscription music and TuneIn for internet radio, all of which will be updating their apps in the weeks to come for compatibility with the BMW Apps system.
Plants vs Zombies 2: PopCap announced today that part two of its incredibly popular Plants vs Zombies title is finally going to land on iOS in additional to all the other usual platforms “early summer.” No clues on what might be included in the second installment, but in the meantime PopCap will launch a new version of the game on Facebook.
IM+ Instant Messenger version 7.7: A nice update to the very popular IM+ service today offers Beep mobile-to-mobile service as an in-app purchase, the ability to preview transferred images directly in chats, and the usual bug fixes and performance enhancements. iPad users will also now be able to capture photos and videos in the app.
StreamBoard version 5.0: The Twitter client that lets you track keywords and hashtags in real-time is updated to version 5.0 with many new features and enhancements:
For this incredible milestone, StreamBoard has been rewritten from the ground up bringing to you: – A brand new streamlined interface powered by gestures – A reimagined filter view featuring real-time graphs that you can interact with – Much improved engine for faster speed! – and many more!
Pac-Man version 3.5.0: iOS 6 support and new features for the Pac-Man iPad app.
Added support for iOS 6 Fixed Game Center issue for iOS 6 Updated More Games functionality
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Rhapsody Stories December 15, 2010
Google is about to change the music economy, preparing to hand over huge amounts of cash to win rights to offer the music locker service it has been trying to build for Google Music. However, confused internal politics and music licensing complexity mean Google, just like Spotify and Apple, isn’t set to launch its service before the end of the year. expand full story