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Rhapsody officially hits Android Market

By: , IntoMobile
Wednesday, April 7th, 2010 at 12:19 PM

Get ready to rock and roll on your Nexus One, Droid, or other Android device because Rhapsody has officially hit the Android Market.

The company has been beta testing on Android since January, and the iPhone version has been offering streaming tunes and offline access for months. You can get all-you-can-eat music for $10 a month but there’s also a seven-day free trial period. It’s available in the Android Market as we speak.

I’m a big fat cheapskate, so I still think $10 a month is too much for on-demand music, even if you have a solid catalog like Rhapsody. But, we’re getting close to my miserly price range. If we get to the $5-$7 range, then I’d probably take the plunge. Any readers using a subscription service? Which one’s the best? What’s your price point for jumping in?

[Via Rhapsody, hat tip to Phonescoop, photo]

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Marin Perez

Marin Perez has torture tested cell phones and smartphones for industry leaders like CNET and InformationWeek. He remembers when 4G was just a screen on PowerPoint presentations and is fascinated with the amount of innovation out there. Marin has spent a lot of time with BlackBerry and Android but he finally broke down a bought an iPhone to see what all the hype's about. He also has too many tablets.