Rhapsody is both a streaming music site and a subscription music service. You can listen to music on demand or use Rhapsody Radio to play a variety of songs. It has a music library of over 13 million songs and can be used via mobile apps or on your computer or home audio system (Sonos, Yamaha and Russound). It comes with some of the standard streaming music site options: Rhapsody Radio, Rhapsody playlists, charts and social media sharing via Facebook or Rhapsody's own internal means of sharing with other members.
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Rhapsody offers three service plans: free, Rhapsody Premier and Rhapsody Premier Plus.
Rhapsody offers mobile apps for iPhone, iPod Touch, Android and BlackBerry. The mobile apps allow for downloading songs for offline listening and you can listen to Rhapsody Radio. The Rhapsody mobile apps don't require a subscription, so you can try them for free. If you get a Rhapsody subscription, you can use the same app for the subscription service.
> Rhapsody Android App
> Rhapsody iPod Touch App
> Rhapsody iPhone App
> Rhapsody BlackBerry App
> Rhapsody Palm App
> Rhapsody Windows Phone App
> Rhapsody Symbian App