Rhapsody step up iPhone service

By | Published on Monday 26 April 2010

US music service Rhapsody has launched a new version of its iPhone app which allows users to play cached music when they don’t have a live net connect; a functionality I’d sort of assumed would have been in there from the start, given it’s core to the Spotify and We7 iPhone apps, but apparently it wasn’t.

The RealNetworks and MTV backed digital music service are making much about the fact they are the first digital music platform in the US to offer such functionality for an iPhone. Rival streaming music platform MOG hope to offer a similar service via their iPhone app.