Though it can't cache songs like the recently-approved Spotify, Rhapsody's app is available in the U.S., and lets $15-a-month Rhapsody To Go subscribers stream unlimited tracks over Wi-Fi, 3G or Edge. It's also free to try for a week.
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What? two different ways to play music on an iPhone? Won't that confuse the users and require a ban from the App store??
I kiiid, I kiiiiid.. As tempted as I am to get a zunepass (so much that I still haven't gotten an iPod), I just can't get onboard anything associeated with Real. Is Rhapsody full of bloatware like Real used (still?) to be?