Who could have predicted this a few years ago: Kazaa launching an app for an Apple product? But yes, Atrinsic has gone live with the iPhone app for its rebooted Kazaa music subscription service, albeit only in the US. The app lets users play songs, create playlists, listen to artist-focused stations – with offline listening part of the package. The app is free to download, but after the seven-day trial users must pay $9.99 a month to continue using it. From what we can see, that doesn’t use Apple’s in-app payments scheme though. Atrinsic bought Kazaa from previous owner Brilliant Digital Entertainment last year (Bulletin, 18-Oct-10), and launched an iPhone-friendly web-app in March this year (Bulletin, 8-Mar-11). Now it’s gone native. Source: AppShopper

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