Spotify and Facebook are two of the greatest parts in the mobile software market. However, being a streaming music platform and a tool for the slow, screaming destruction of common society (respectively), they don’t have a great deal of crossover. That is going to end. Today Spotify reported that it’s going to allow its users to listen to Spotify music and podcasts via a mini-playe directly in the Facebook app on Android and iOS.
Why? Um… disclosure, I presume. That is the means by which the press release phrases it, in any case. It will be little easier to listen to tracks that your Facebook friends share directly on their feed, yet all that it’s truly saving you is a jump out to the Spotify application. Spotify Premium members can get to any piece of the Spotify library; non-paying individuals just get a shuffle feature.
At the point when the mini-player is activated, Spotify will really be running in the standard music app in the background, so your music or podcast will proceed with regardless of what you do in Facebook or outside of it. Along these lines, definitely, this is simply saving you a little while, which I assume could add up a lot on the off chance that you constantly sample Spotify tracks posted by your friends.
The feature will be available in all of North America, in addition to Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, South Africa, Thailand, and Uruguay. Spotify says it’ll come to different markets soon.