The Rhapsody digital music service gives subscribers unlimited on-demand access to more than eleven million songs, whether they’re listening on a PC, Internet connected home stereo or TV, MP3 player or mobile phone. It is the first and largest premium, on-demand music service in the United States.
Rhapsody allows subscribers to access their music through more touch-points than any other digital music service, including mobile phones from Verizon Wireless, through Rhapsody applications on the Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, RIM BlackBerry and Android mobile platform as well as through devices from Vizio, SanDisk, HP, Sonos and Philips. Rhapsody,
Cloudswave Score for Rhapsody
Rating based on 6 Critic Reviews
In spite of the fact that Rhapsody is a veteran Internet music provider, they realize they are up against some heavy competition. It is obvious they are really pushing for their MP3 store to take off and start competing with contenders like iTunes; unfortunately, it seems services like Napster and Amazon MP3 are beating them to the punch. However, if you are used to using Rhapsody and comfortable with their services, it is a great place to start your music hunt.
Jaymar Cabebe, on Cnet
The Rhapsody app is fantastic for listening to your favorite tracks on demand, but it's missing a few key features that desktop users readily enjoy.
Mike Kobrin , on Laptop Mag
Going on 10 years strong, Rhapsody continues out pace the competition with great social features, millions of songs, and an easy to use interface.
Rhapsody is very versatile, thanks to its extensive hardware compatibility and massive catalog, and we love the depth provided by the well-integrated editorial content. The social component is a very good start, and we hope Rhapsody continues to develop it.
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