Why is Rhapsody considered a poor stePChild?

Discussion in 'iPhone Apps and Games' started by Santa, Jun 19, 2012.

  1. Santa

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    Chris' review: http://www.everythingicafe.com/best-streaming-music-app-iphone/2012/06/18/ is another example.

    It's a great review, but why leave out Rhapsody? This seems to be a common theme among all music service reviews.

    Rhapsody:
    • Has professionally programmed radio stations
    • Radio stations organized around artists (like Pandora but only one artist)
    • Professionally created playlists
    • Custom playlists
    • Ability to share playlists
    It also arguably has the best music selection and certainly pays the artists more money per track than any of the other services.

    Is it a pay service? Yes, but so was Spotify when this review was written.

    Is it as good as the others? I don't know. I don't use the others. But why isn't it ever even considered?

    Chris - This isn't meant to be a dis' on you. It's a very good review.
     
  2. chris

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    You know, I had Rhapsody on my device, but never included it. I just signed up and will update my article once I've had some time with it.
     

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