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Rhapsody Xbox Live App Now Available

Posted on Tuesday, December 4 @ 08:46:30 Eastern by Alex_Osborn

The beloved on-demand music service Rhapsody is now available on the Xbox 360 thanks to the launch of a new app. Not only does this new application boast a sleek UI designed specifically for the platform, it also features both motion and voice support thanks to Kinect integration.

Rhapsody's VP of business development Brian McGarvey shared why their music service on Xbox Live couldn't have launched at a better time, saying:

Many families will be gathering around their Xbox this holiday season, and this year, Rhapsody can provide the soundtrack to those memories. People talk about social music as something that happens online, but there’s no better place to share music than with family and friends at home, especially this time of year.

The service goes live today, and is available for Xbox Live Gold members as well as those with a Rhapsody subscription. Will you be taking advantage of Rhapsody on your Xbox? Let us know in the comments below.



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