Rhapsody for the iPhone and iPod Touch has been submitted to Apple for approval, if it is approved it will offer on demand music streaming to Rhapsody subscribers over 3G and WiFi.
In the past Apple hasn’t approved music streaming apps, as they are obviously concerned about competition with iTunes, if Rhapsody is approved it will give iPhone users access to over 8 million tracks and all of its radio stations.
Other features will include being able to create playlists, as well as being able to sync your existing playlists in your Rhapsody account.
Whether or not Apple will approve the Rhapsody iPhone App remains to be seen, but it does have a better chance of being approved as it doesn’t actually cache music and requires a constant connection to stream tunes to your iPhone.
The Rhapsody iPhone App also features buy links, which will let you buy a tune direct from iTunes, this may encourage Apple to approve it because it could bring in more sales from existing Rhapsody users.
If the Rhapsody iPhone App is approved it will be available as a free download, but you will have to subscribe to Rhapsody’s To Go service which costs $15.00 per month.
via App Advice
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