Rhapsody has announced that it is going to start selling MP3 music files. Previously, the company streamed music to subscribers for a monthly fee – but the music could not be downloaded.

Although certain manufacturers like SanDisk created music players to work with the Rhapsody system, Apple – the makers of the world's most popular music player – did not. iPod plays Apple format and MP3 format files.

BBC NEWS | Technology | Rhapsody embraces MP3 music files

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