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Facebook launches Music Stories, its new commitment to music

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Facebook continues to expand the experience it offers its users with the launch of the new publication format called Music Stories, available today for users of the Facebook application on iOS and which will be based on the themes and albums that have been shared from currently supported services: Apple Music and Spotify, allowing users to listen to fragments of them with a maximum duration of about 30 seconds each audio clip.

Music Stories publications will be available to the users themselves through their respective walls, from where they can perform the playback directly through the integrated player itself without the need for any additional element.

In addition, they can also buy that song in which they have been interested or save it in the respective music streaming service from which it comes, all with a simple click away.

With this move, Facebook will get users to spend more time using their mobile application, especially considering that 90% of its users, that is, about 900 million users, access through their mobile devices, having converted Facebook in its source of information and consumption of videos, something that is booming, with music being the next logical step, above all, of the failure caused by the previous integration of Spotify in 2011.

Facebook is likely to continue on the same path and can enhance the facet of music with other initiatives it may take.

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