Online music service Rhapsody has announced that its service is now available on Xbox LIVE. For the Xbox 360 version, Rhapsody has redesigned its app to match the Xbox user interface and that includes support for voice commands and gestures for Kinect users. Finally, Xbox LIVE gold subscribers will have a free access to Rhapsody for Xbox 360.
If you are not familiar with it, Rhapsody is an online music service that brings millions of songs and radio channels via streaming over the web. Typically, subscribers pay a flat fee and can listen to all the available music. Downloads to local devices are possible, and purchases are available too.
If you have a nice sound setup hooked up to the Xbox 360, you may want to check this, and if you already subscribe to Xbox LIVE gold, there’s really no reason not to.
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