Napster has launched an application for use on Apple’s iOS-based range of devices.
The new Napster application is now available for iPhones and the iPod Touch, enabling users to access over 10 million music files, digital media resource site Unite the Cows reports.
The latest application is now available to download from the iTunes app store for a subscription fee of $10 per month.
The app allows users to stream music on demand, save individual songs and albums in the phone's memory to access them while offline, create personalised playlists, make bookmarks and create a list of favourites.
The service is currently available on all iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch devices running iOS 3.0 or more recent versions.
The Napster app has been currently made available to Apple users in the United States only.
The new Napster iOS app comes in the wake of similar applications launched by rival music streaming and sharing service providers Spotify, Rhapsody and Kazaa.