The number-one digital music-streaming service Rhapsody has announced that it is preparing itself for the big leap to expand its services to the big screens in the form of Smart TVs. It's music app will now be available on the Smart TVs made by Samsung, LG and Panasonic, confirmed Rhapsody. The company is following its own strategy to be everywhere where its customers listen to music, so that they can enjoy anytime and anywhere access to the music. Rhapsody claimed that the new technology has been specifically optimized for the customers' convenience, rich visual interface and fast playback supported by HD displays.
Watching videos and listening to music wasn't so much fun in the early days, in the late 1990s to be specific, as they are now-a-days with TVs fast emerging as the new source of entertainment. Earlier, people used to spend a significant amount of time staring at that frustrating word "buffering" on their screen, rather watching videos or playing music because of the much slower internet connection. But audio and video streaming have come a long way since then, with internet television setting up the new standard for media streaming over internet. Big screen have transformed into a portable entertainment hub with the emergence of web-based media streaming services.
Now, with the adoption of Smart TVs, it's even better; they are not just ordinary television sets, in fact they are the next generation entertainment package that come with more internet-related features, video and audio streaming capability, built-in digital recording, Skype-calling support and more. They also offer a plenty of ways to let customers experience various video streaming services on their TV sets, with Rhapsody being the latest service on their playlist. Rhapsody is one of the finest premium subscription music service which has been offering its services to more than 1 million members.
Rhapsody, already a reputed music-streaming service, has jumped across various platforms to make its way to the world of Smart TVs. It took a great step towards more interactive online media, announcing that it will be available soon in the LG, Samsung and Panasonic Smart TVs. It also confirmed that it will also be available in the Sharp Smart televisions in the coming months, with app for Xbox Live launching somewhere at the end of this year. The Rhapsody app for the Smart TVs will be available officially in the coming months.