Less than a week after Spotify jumped onto Windows Phone 8, Rhapsody is doing the same.

Seattle-based Rhapsody just debuted its new app for Windows Phone 8, which was built specifically for Microsoft’s newest mobile device. Though the app is free, only members who pay $10-$15 per month can stream the 13 million tracks.

So where’s Pandora? Microsoft announced in October that Pandora would be released in early 2013, with a year’s worth of ad-free music, courtesy of Microsoft, but that music radio app hasn’t yet made its way to the Windows Phone store.


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