When the music business began to transition into the digital age, record companies scrambled to find ways to make up for lost CD sales. One popular CD alternative is iTunes, which sells singles and albums through its free mobile and PC applications. Another alternative is Rhapsody, a digital music store that in addition to selling songs or albums individually, allows the user to pay a monthly subscription fee and download unlimited songs, on demand, until the subscription expires.
Power on your iPhone and navigate to the home screen.
Touch the "App Store" icon to open the Apple App Store.
Touch the "Search" icon. Type "Rhapsody" into the search field and press "Search."
Touch the result called "Rhapsody" made by Rhapsody International Inc. As of 2012, the app is free.
Touch the "Free" button, which then turns into an "Install App" button. Press the "Install App" button to download the app. Wait a moment or two for the app to download and install. When it's finished, you'll have Rhapsody on your iPhone.
- If you have a limited data plan through your phone company, download the app and its music while connected to Wi-Fi to avoid using up cellular data from your service provider.
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