Linked by Eugenia Loli on Thu 14th Jul 2011 19:33 UTC
Podcasts Spotify launched in the US today, to become the third serious provider after MOG and RDIO services that offer unlimited streaming of their catalog for a rather small-ish monthly fee. Napster, Real, ZunePass, Thumbplay (now sold away), also offer a similar service, but they never managed to capture the market the same way. I have used all three services above over the last year (some in a short trial mode, some through lengthy subscription), so here's how I see them go down.
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RE: Rhapsody
by WorknMan on Thu 14th Jul 2011 22:24 UTC in reply to "Rhapsody"
WorknMan
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Don't count out Rhapsody yet. They may not have the hype lately, but various sources still claim Rhapsody has the most subscribers in the US.


Last time I tried them, they had some gaping holes in their library, but that was admittedly a few years ago. I ran into the same problem with Zune.

I wish iTunes would come out with a streaming service, assuming they had their entire library available for streaming. Hell, I'd buy an iPod just for that.

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