USA and Canada for subscriptions, otherwise - worldwide.
Artist Discovery, Community, Music synchronization with MP3 players, Parental controls, iMesh DJ.
iMesh is a media and file sharing client that's available in 9 languages. It uses a proprietary, centralized, P2P network (IM2Net) operating on ports 80, 443 and 1863. iMesh is owned by American company iMesh, Inc. and maintains development centers around the world. In 2009 it was the 3rd most popular music subscription service in the US.
iMesh operates the first "RIAA-approved" P2P service, allowing users residing in United States and Canada to download music content of choice for a monthly fee in the form of either a Premium subscription or a "ToGo" subscription. This subscription based approach is advocated by theories such as the Open Music Model. A third option is also available for users (residing in either country) to permanently purchase tracks for 0.99 USD each, without a subscription.
In addition to the paid content, iMesh allows all users (regardless of origin country) access to "non-copyrighted" music and video files. A legalized ringtone download service provided by Thumbplay is also available, allowing users to purchase ringtones for their cellphones.
iMesh settled the lawsuit a little over 10 months later on July 20, 2004, where according to the RIAA, the terms of the settlement were that iMesh would pay them US$4.1 million and could continue operating as normal (unlike Grokster) whilst implementing a paid service (iMesh 6.0). iMesh had first agreed to have the new service available by the end of 2004, but this was pushed back towards the end of 2005.  due to technicalities
iMesh is now advertised as a 100% legal P2P client, and acknowledged as being so by the RIAA. This is because downloads through the client are limited to a select database of 15 million songs and videos.
The iMesh 6 client (and later versions) have achieved this by detecting attempts to download copyrighted material and blocking the transfer through the use of acoustic fingerprinting, provided by Audible Magic.
An agreement with the MPAA had also been reached. Video files more than 50 MB in size and 15 minutes in length can no longer be shared on the iMesh network, ensuring feature-length releases cannot be transferred across the network.
October 12, 2008, iMesh 8.0 was released with a new skin, the ability to purchase music in the MP3 format and integration with YouTube, allowing videos to be searched for and downloaded to a user's library.
December 23, 2008, iMesh 8.1 was released with various bug fixes and the key feature being a 'guest' mode, allowing users to access the service and download P2P content without the need of registering.
May 11, 2009, iMesh 9.0 was released featuring an 'iMesh DJ', enabling users to choose an artist or song and instantly receive a playlist of similar artists, streamed directly from YouTube.