Long-time music streaming service Rhapsody has finally come out with an iPad version of its music streaming app. Why did it take so long? They wanted to do it right.
According to The Verge Rhapsody wanted to make the experience excellent, not just a bigger version of the app:
As for what took so long, the company claims its iPad app was built “from the ground up” and offers “stunning” design and swift responsiveness. Performance seems solid enough, though it’s by no means head-and-shoulders above offerings from Rdio and Spotify. Nonetheless, Rhapsody is offering a free 30-day trial in hopes of pulling you away from whatever service you’re streaming tunes from now, though you’ll need to head to mobile Safari or your iOS browser of choice to get started.
Rhapsody is available now in the U.S. app store.
I have to wonder, however, if how great the app is can be enough to lure people away from their music service of choice? Thoughts?
Via: The Verge
iTunes: Rhapsody for iPad