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This article was published on November 1, 2013


Rhapsody launches personalized radio stations powered by The Echo Nest

Rhapsody launches personalized radio stations powered by The Echo Nest
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Rhapsody today announced the launch of personalized radio stations in partnership with music data experts The Echo Nest. The company touted its new radio service over other Internet streaming options by noting that it’s ad-free and offers unlimited skipping.

Alongside the new radio feature, Rhapsody has released a flat redesign of its iOS app with a “swipe to reveal” menu.

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