TechCrunch has gotten hold of the final version of streaming music service Lala’s iPhone app, which has just been submitted to Apple for approval. It’s impressed, too, saying that the app is easy to use and works well. Spotify-style local cacheing features are included, although the app itself decides which songs to store locally, based on what the user has recently added or played a lot. The app will tie into Lala’s business model of charging users 10 cents for unlimited streaming rights to individual songs.

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