New Napster App: Download on Apple iOS Devices

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We first started to hear about Napster when it was available as a download for the PC or Mac, and was a service that provided MP3 file sharing via peer-to peer.

Now you can get the Napster app from the App Store, for all Apple iOS devices such as the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch that run on the version 3.0 or later of the iOS.

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The app is free because the service that Napster offers is on a subscription basis, which costs $10 per month and is at the moment only available to customers in the U.S. It also is mainly an on-demand service allowing you access to as much as 10 million songs.

This app is version 1.0, which lets you instantly stream and listen to your favorite tunes, as many times as you like, and whether being something modern or an old classic.

If you wanted to you are able to compile and save playlists, albums and songs for offline listening. If you want to know more about this new Napster app, then head on over to Engadget and read the story written by Louis Choij.

The full features and download can be found via the Apple iTunes Store here. Have you tried the Napster app for iOS?

  • Guest

    Similiar to Pandora but an additional $10 per month

  • http://twitter.com/goodman @goodman

    Not that similar. With Napster (or Rhaspody) you can choose exactly which songs and albums you want to listen to, when you want to listen to them. You can also save songs, albums and your own custom playlists to play when you're offline.

  • Nathan

    Pandora will search for similar music and then stream it. It generates your playlist. Napster and Rhapsody allow you to stream what you want, your own playlists. You can also purchase tracks from either of these services and you can't Pandora.

    This is great news but where is the Android app???? I've been a napster subscriber since they became legit and have been begging for an Android app. They never even answer an email. I'm cancelling my service as of this month and moving to Rhapsody. They have a nice Android app.

  • Fort

    No… You can't make custom playlists on Pandora nor can you listen to any song at any time. You can't even skip more than 6 songs without having to "change the station."

  • Matt

    Yes, I don't get why people have such a hard time understanding the difference between something like Pandora, which is basically an intelligent radio station, and an "on-demand" service like Napster or Rhapsody, where you control what you want to listen to, and when. It's like the difference between regular TV and PPV.