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Rhapsody's music-streaming service comes to the Wii U

Now you can use the console for more than just 'Splatoon.'
Edgar Alvarez, @abcdedgar
March 10, 2016
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Rhapsody doesn't often beat Spotify to the punch, but today it did. The streaming service has announced that its music catalog, which features over 30 million songs, is now available on Nintendo's console. While the app is free to download from the eShop, you'll need a Rhapsody account to get access to any tracks. That said, people who don't have a subscription can sign up for a 30-day trial directly from the Wii U. This includes those of you who live outside the US, too, where Rhapsody operates under the Napster brand.

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