Whether you’re a fan of the line of mobile devices or not, you can’t deny their ubiquity. Plenty of people use them – particularly corporations. So now, maybe your mobile tether to work just got a little more enjoyable to have growing out of your hip.
Rhapsody – a popular, for-a-charge on-demand music service – is now available for Research In Motion‘s cash cow: the BlackBerry. So, anywhere you have a network connection for your phone, you can stream your playlists, stations, etc.Incidentally, Rhapsody is the only on-demand music service to fully integrate with the popular Curve’s hardware controls, allowing you to control the app with the media, mute, and volume buttons on the device. The app will also be controllable through Bluetooth headsets.
Rhapsody contains more than 200 genre-based stations and, after a free seven-day trial, you can keep it for $9.99 a month. BlackBerry users can download it at www.rhapsody.com and the app will soon be available in the App World and other app stores.