Facebook launches music sharing app called Music Stories. Facebook has announced a new post format which allows people to listen to the first 30 seconds of a song shared on the site. The social network announced the launch of Music Stories.
It will be called Music Stories and Facebook says it is aimed at “enabling better music discovery and sharing”.
The previews will be streamed from Spotify and Apple Music and fans can link through to buy or save the music.
Facebook launches music sharing app
It means Facebook will allow its users to listen and share music they like, without leaving the app.
There are also plans underway to add other music streaming services to the feature.
Music sharing is one of the most fought over parts of the tech world right now, along with the battle for video views.
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In August, Vine announced it was taking on Shazam with a new music feature which allows users to work out what tracks are being played in a Vine.
But adding music to a social media networking platform hasn’t been a money maker for everyone.
Instagram launched its @music feature in April but it hasn’t yet grown a huge following.
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