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Rhapsody changes its look for iOS 7, enhances radio experience with new features

Edgar Alvarez, @abcdedgar
November 1, 2013
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It may be a little late to the party, but Rhapsody today updated its app to meet the looks of Apple's iOS 7. Aside from going the flat route on the overall design, the application has also been improved with a number of handy features throughout. Listeners will now see a swipe-to-reveal menu (much like on Android), as well as a revamped radio experience which includes brand new stations from different artists and the option to thumb tracks up or down. In addition, this version lets you favorite any song being played, making it easy to access them at any point from the My Music section. If you're a Rhapsody subscriber, expect more things to come to the web and mobile apps in the near future -- the music service says it has "a lot of great things cooking."

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