Facebook and Spotify will be collaborating on new features that will enable people to listen to music while using the Facebook app. Mark Zuckerberg spoke about the connection in an interview with Discord and Casey Newton, the author Platform builder This letter.
This collaborative team is launching a new audio app that allows Facebook users to download music from Spotify without leaving the app, According to Products. Inside, facebook mentions this as “Project Boombox,” CNBC reports. The story comes in the middle in audio by Facebook, which on Monday announced a number of new features, including the ability to browse podcasts from the Facebook app.
Restart kale Podcast integration is powered by Spotify. A source close to the advertising company tells Engadget that the new player supports music and podcasts and that there will be options available to paid subscribers, as well as free users. This new player can launch sooner than other Facebook tools, which are months away.
“Our goal has always been to make Spotify widely available on platforms and devices – to bring music and podcasts to more people – and our new integration with Facebook is another step forward,” a Spotify spokesman said.
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