I’m a simple guy when it comes to listening to digital music: the iTunes/iTunes Radio + Spotify combo pretty much has me covered these days. That’s not saying I’m not on the lookout for music solutions outside the Apple-Spotify landscape.
Take the once relevant jukebox app and music subscription service Rhapsody (remember them?), which has been trying to become relevant for years now.
Just two months ago, the firm has renewed its efforts by overhauling its aging mobile app, adding tons of goodies.
In another update issued today, Rhapsody version 3.5 brings out standard social sharing features and the useful offline playback mode whilst putting exclusive curated content front and center…