Rhapsody president Jon Irwin, claims that Rhapsody’s sales are ‘up about 10%’ and attributes this increase to the launch of its mobile app. The app has turned around fortunes for Rhapsody, which was losing subscribers before it launched late last year. Irwin claimed in April that the app had already been downloaded 1.5 million times, although he won’t disclose subscriber numbers. (Rhapsody reported 675,000 subscribers once, but has stopped disclosing figures since it spun off as an independent company last year.) More people are listening to Rhapsody on Android phones than on iPhones, and Irwin lays the blame on iTunes, saying that people are accustomed to using the iTunes store to pay for downloads instead. The Android app launched in April. Rhapsody plans to launch a BlackBerry app before the end of the year.Read more: http://tinyurl.com/33mzm7m

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