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Rhapsody Music Streaming Comes To Wii U

The team over at music streaming service Rhapsody has announced that it is now on the Wii U. The service boasts that it has over 30 million songs available and is now up for download for the Wii U eShop. The app is free but like Spotify Premium, Apple Music and Google Play you will need a subscription. There’s a 30 day trail available for those who want to test the waters. Rhapsody operates under the Napster brand in Europe.

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35 comments

  1. “The app is free but like Spotify Premium, Apple Music and Google Play you will need a subscription. ”

    What? No. All these apps are streaming services and offer an ad supported version that’s free to use.

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    1. Nope, Apple Music is subscription and so is Google Play. You get radio with Google Play and Apple Music for free and Spotify has a free tier. You want to access everything (or without ads) you need a subscription :)

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      1. -||Any Xbot attack is always welcome, even if it’s made by Sonyans or hybrids like you, a Nintonyan||-

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    1. -||So basically Sonyans have no music of worth confirmed||-

      -||My logic is undeniable||-

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      1. I really don’t lol. I will just forget about this entire conversation? That’s how little I care.

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  2. while that is awesome, it would be better to do a free and a paid version/mo instead of a trail and a paid version/mo like pandora, they have a free and a premium version. im not gonna spend $10/mo on a music streaming app when i can just get a cheap mp3 player (or ds/3ds flashcard with moonshell) and download some music.

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