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T-Mobile Music Freedom streaming ignores 4G data cap

Once again, T-Mobile is trying to upset the carrier market with its Un-carrier ways, now on version 6.0. This time, it is training its crosshairs on one of the fastest growing pastimes on mobile devices, aside from YouTube and cat photos. With its new music streaming and Internet radio offering, T-Mobile is setting your music free, not just from network limits but even from price.

Rhapsody and Napster add Chromecast functionality

Rhapsody and Napster are coming to Chromecast. Rhapsody has announced the duo of Android apps will gain Chromecast functionality soon, with iOS integration coming later. This news rounds out most major music streaming providers with regard to Chromecast support.

SMS Audio partners with Rhapsody

SMS Audio and Rhapsody have announced a new partnership. This one is rather simple and means those making a purchase from a select group of SMS Audio products will get a taste of the Rhapsody on-demand music service. This offer is available with the on- and over-ear STREET by 50 headphones and the SYNC by 50 wireless speaker.

Rhapsody takes on Shazam with their new app ‘SongMatch’

For all the music lovers out there we have a brand new song identifying or song matching app for Android available today, absolutely free. If Soundhound, Shazam, Google Ears and more weren't what you're looking for then give the all new app from Rhapsody a try. They've just introduced a new app neatly called SongMatch and it's available right now.

Rhapsody launches updated tablet app for music streaming

The popular online media and music streaming service Rhapsody that is now available on Android, Google TV and many other devices has just launched their latest update for Android. Starting today users can stream in style with a brand new, fully redesigned and imagined Android tablet interface. It's not just re-sized for a tablet, it has been full on designed specifically for tablets and looks great.

Rhapsody launches Android streaming app

Today, Rhapsody has removed this app out of beta. This app brings with it the ability to stream over 9.5 millions songs to your Android device.  So if you have a paid Rhapsody subscription, this is the app you have been waiting for. If you don’t have a subscription you can sign up for a seven day trial and see how it goes, you might love it and decide to keep it.

Rhapsody app for Android coming

Before I switched to a device that didn’t support Rhapsody, I loved the service. If they could get it to work on my iPhone, I would subscribe again. Apparently, an iPhone app has been submitted for Rhapsody and an application for Android devices is in the works. That would mean that Android fans could use Rhapsody's to go service where you can grab all the tunes you want and keep them as long as you pay the monthly fee.