Such an exciting news. Finally RealNetworks’ Rhapsody is coming out with an iPhone app. Of course, that is if App Store approves it. If this app gets approval, it will be the first fully on-demand subscription music app on iPhone besides iTune. The Rhapsody app will offer users unlimited music streaming over Wi-Fi, 3G and Edge for $15 per month. Rhapsody’s catalog includes over eight million tracks, all of its radio stations, and the ability to create playlists on the fly.
Let’s get an sneak preview of how this amazing app works on the iPhone.
No one will argue that the most obvious winning aspect of an iPhone is all the cool apps from the app store. Developers do their magic and create some really cool and useful apps. There are a couple that we really want to share with you guys.
Bump is not a new app but recently it became the top of the download list due to Apple’s commercial. We have tried it out and it’s such a cool app. Not to mention that it can be an ice-breaker in gatherings. (Of course, it only works if other people also have iPhones with them) It is a cool way to exchange contacts. And you can also take some pictures with the group and you can just “bump” it to each other. A very interactive way to socialize with the group.
Ever get frustrated lining up in a bank or ATM trying to deposit a check? Now you can do that through your iPhone!
Take a picture of the front and back of the check and you’re done!