RealNetworks Lets Rhapsody Out Of The House
Updated digital music subscription service now lets you take music with you, similar to the Napster To Go program.
You’ll pay for a year up front, but then your Rhapsody account can be used to load up certain third party music players.
By paying for an annual subscription to Rhapsody To Go, a user gets to load and reload his music player with songs for a year. The price is $178.99 USD and includes a PC subscription to the basic Rhapsody service.
Rhapsody claims a music library of over 1 million tracks, all of which may be legally downloaded through its service.
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