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Is Rhapsody a good deal?

Asked by Shecky_Johnson (720points) December 26th, 2009

Is it just “Renting” the songs? Do I get to put them on my Mp3 if I’m just “renting” them? I’m going to look into it a little later today, just wanted the opinions of my fellow Flutheramaknicknaks.

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hungryhungryhortence's avatar

Goodness, I can’t remember for sure but I think it’s similar to where you “rent” the versions they upload.

Shecky_Johnson's avatar

Right on. I think I’ll try their free trial and check it out. How are things with you? It’s been a while.

hungryhungryhortence's avatar

Things are well, Happy Holidays! I had a paid acct. with Rhapsody a few years back but let it expire in favor of which is kind of neat in that it’ll list some sites an mp3 is sold on and how much they are. 2010 looks to be a heavier music-ing year for me :D

willbrawn's avatar

I wouldnt do it, if your going to do anything like that I would just use Pandora or

sndfreQ's avatar

try it’s free (ad supported, and $30 to remove the banner ads), and has a surprising amount of songs for a startup.

Had Rhapsody-To-Go for a couple of years, and bought a Rhapsody-compliant media player to load the songs for portability; however, you have to continue paying each month, or the songs expire on the player (I had the Ibiza Rhapsody by Haeir America):

Worked as advertised…got tired of it eventually, canceled, and now use Pandora and Grooveshark.

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