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Last month Real Networks announced that their Rhapsody music streaming service would be coming to the iPhone in the form of an iPhone app. Today the company has announced that the app is now available in the App Store [App Store, Free]. Rhapsody subscribers can download the app and immediately start enjoying their subscription on their iPhones. If you're not already a subscriber, you can sign up for a 7-day free trial, which includes full access to the service.
Software developer RealNetworks recently submitted its Rhapsody service as an application for approval on Apple's App Store. If approved, will offer users unlimited music streaming over Wi-Fi, 3G and Edge for $15 per month according to PC World. The application is being offered as an alternative to the iTunes 99-cent-per-song pricing and offers to potential to stream an unlimited number of songs to your iPhone or iPod touch for just $15 per month with a Rhapsody To Go Account. The application will be free to download.