US music subscription service Rhapsody has launched its app for Android tablets, promising that “We didn’t resize Rhapsody – we re-imagined the Rhapsody experience for the tablet”. How so? “Your tablet is not a giant phone or a mini computer. It’s your companion on the couch, in transit and out in the world. So we made Rhapsody more engaging, more touchable, with loads of content and new paths to music discovery.” The app includes offline playlists, and a “magazine-like experience” for Rhapsody’s editorial content. The app runs on Android tablets using Google’s Honeycomb software, and is a free download from the Android Market Store (although naturally, it requires a Rhapsody subscription).

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