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Rhapsody Now Lets Users Keep Music on iPhone

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Apr 26, 2010, 12:18 PM   by Philip Berne

Rhapsody has released version 2.0 of its client software for the Apple iPhone platform. The new version allows users to cache music on their Apple device. Users can create a playlist and then store the music locally, so that Rhapsody can work without a network connection. Users can still stream from the full library of Rhapsody tracks when the phone has a 3G or Wi-Fi connection. A Rhapsody subscription costs $10 per month, after a brief, free trial period.

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Apr 26, 2010, 9:05 PM

Is it just me or...

does it seem like everyone wants to sell you some sh!t these days and slap on goofy rules and regulations and subscriptions and limitations to everything. when is enough going to be enough. when are the people going to say we're tired of bending over and taking it while the law makers who are supposed to protect us, sit back and fan themselves with hush money from all these companies, telecom, financial etc etc. this is why i dont believe in paying for music unless it's DRM free. i dont want it tampered with, encrypted or restricted. it's mine i paid for it. fair n square. 😎
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