People can listen to music with friends via Facebook soon because Facebook and Spotify are working on a music-streaming service in partnership, as per Forbes. Spotify icon will be appeared on the left side of the newsfeed, together with the regular icons for photos further consequences. Facebook users will be allowed to listen to Spotify’s catalog through Facebook by clicking on “the Spotify image”, as they clink on picture, the service will be installed on their desktop.
However, this service will only be available in those countries that have access to Spotify so U.S. has hard luck for that. As per a Spotify spokesperson, Spotify is working with Facebook but the new music deal or partnership with Facebook did not confirmed. But it has Facebook incorporation and they both are constantly working to make this service as good as it can be. Spotify has a good connection with Facebook by which it has done a valuable integration in terms of driving engagement with the Spotify service on Facebook Platform.
It seems that Facebook users will listen to the same music together at the same time and chat about it at listening rooms that will probable be made by Spotify and Facebook for users to set up. Millions of users and countless friend networks want to take benefit of it while it has a lot similar feature that have already been offered by Turntable.fm and Listening Room. According to Facebook director of platform Ethan Beard, already Spotify is “Facebook Music” in those countries where the music service is obtainable.
All users even including non-paying users are allowed to listen to the songs their friends send in full and serve up direct links to songs, albums, and playlists that makes it as usual a fit for Facebook in those countries like YouTube is in the United States by the Spotify’s ability. Users are allowed to share tracks on those networks from within the desktop app with the tight integration of Spotify and Facebook. It seems that Spotify’s already-impressive Facebook integration is planned to enlarge with a new group listening characteristic like the one that is picking up steam in other quarters.