The Rhapsody app is fantastic for listening to your favorite tracks on demand, but it's missing a few key features that desktop users readily enjoy.
SongMatch is an excellent download for existing Rhapsody subscribers. For others, SoundHound or Shazam would be better options.
It may sound childish, but Rhapsody's new section dedicated to kids sets the streaming-music service apart from bigger rivals like Apple Music and Spotify.
Rdio unveils a $3.99-a-month plan that gives you infinite skips on Pandora-like radio stations plus 25 on-demand songs of your choosing. In other words: a riff on Rhapsody UnRadio.
With so many ways to stream an endless amount of music, it can be hard to pick the right option. In this guide, we examine the top music streaming options, spotlighting the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Subscription streaming service Rhapsody will let subscribers share entire tracks on Twitter and anyone can listen to the song in a tweet -- a first for the social platform.
Scientists have developed a trio of tunes specifically designed to appeal to feline ears, to inspire interest or calmness.
With streaming music gaining popularity, the paid subscription service says its number of users grew by 60 percent.
That's an awful lot of music-streaming goodness for just a buck, and potentially a great last-minute gift!
UnRadio straddles the gap between a Pandora-like free service and the typical subscription streaming offer, as Rhapsody experiments to find a sweet spot.