The Rhapsody music service from landed in Apple's App Store on Thursday, offering U.S. iPhone and iPod touch owners a way to listen to the subscription-based service on the go.
The app lets iPhone and iPod touch listen to music on demand, search and browse for songs, access their Rhapsody library, listen to Rhapsody radio, and make or edit playlists. It requires a Rhapsody To Go subscription, but users can download the app and try the Rhapsody service free for a week.
The Rhapsody app isn't the first potential iTunes Store competitor to appear in the App Store. The Spotify music subscription service application was approved earlier in the week, giving European iPhone owners an alternative to Apple's music purchasing service.
The Rhapsody application is free and available for download at Apple's iTunes-based App Store in the United States.