Real has a music store that downloads music as a RealAudio file on your hard drive and it is pay per download service. Real Rhapsody is a streaming service that lets you save playlists with any of the songs that are in the service; But, the songs aren't downloaded to your pc. You need to be connected to the internet to play them. However, if you just want to burn cds, Real Rhapsody lets you burn CD's with any of the songs in the catalog for .79 per song. If you want you can then rip them onto your computer. If you have any more questions, just ask.
I am confused when it comes to these 2 applications, is there a difference in what I can do with the songs I download from RealOne as opposed to RealRhapsody? I wanted to download a few songs to put on a homeade cd, and thought that both Real One and Real Rhapsody would put the downloaded music into my WMA and Real playlist for burning to cd at a later time. I found that only one of the 2 applications put my downloaded music in my list for later burning to a cd [even though I don't remember which was which] I'd like to understand the difference so i can make an informed decision as to which one I should keep and which one I should cancel. I'm paying for both right now and want to keep the one that allows me to download a song, add it to my personal library, and put it on the cd of my choice at a later date. If I understand correctly, only one service allows me to do this, the other one only allows me to download and transfer to a blank cd! If this is true, which is which?