It’s taken a while, but Rhapsody’s iPhone app can finally be used to play music offline, bringing it into line with rival apps like Spotify and we7. However, it’s the first app to offer the feature in the US, where those rivals aren’t yet available. However, the app only lets users cache their playlists on their device, rather than individual albums and songs. The new offline feature will come to Rhapsody’s Android app later this summer, while the company says it’s planning to launch an iPad app in the Autumn, alongside Apple’s new iPhone OS 4 software. So far, the iPhone app has been downloaded 1.5 million times. Source: Billboard

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