Streaming music to our mobile phones has become an expectation for smart phones and has taken off through apps like Pandora or Slacker Radio. But one thing all of these radio apps lack is the ability to choose the exact song you want or set up playlists of music. There are plenty of websites up to the task but nothing has really permeated into mobile phones prominently enough. Rhapsody is an online service which provides unlimited access to music for a fee.
The app for Android phones gives any user the chance to look up almost any song they want and play it or save it to a playlist. The service will cost you some money per month but it comes with a free 7-day trial to test it out. The app is actually pretty well-made and does have a ton of artists and songs to choose from (around 9 Million to be exact). The search feature in the app moved rather slow and often times it wouldn't even find what I was looking for regardless of the popularity of the artist.
Overall, the app is a great addition to android phones, but the costly monthly payment will probably make this an app only for current users. Check it out.