Facebook Launches New Social Music Feature

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Facebook Launches New Social Music Feature - Facebook seems to be more compelling user, by presenting the latest features. After previously presenting the social networking site facebook video call feature, and Museum of Me. Facebook now brings new features again, The feature, called “Listen With Friends"—lets users listen along with any friend that playing music. New features that make the activity more exciting to listen to music so listen with pass keys that give access to users to share music in a chat room in real-time.

When a Facebook user is listening to a song, a music note will appear next to their name in the chat sidebar and the real-time news ticker. To listen in, users can simply hover over that friend’s name, then click the “Listen With” button. The feature is part of Facebook chat, so users can chat online about what they are listening to. Users can also listen in as a group while one friend acts as a deejay. Up to 50 friends can listen to the same song at the same time, and chat about it.

When a user begins listening to music with a friend, Facebook will post a story to friends’ tickers and/or news feeds. Users will be able to control who will be able to see when they are listening with a friend through their App Settings page after installing the compatible music app.

With this the latest step Facebook, seems to be able to enhance the users new to digital music services, because people will need an account to be able to listen simultaneously. Even a senior executive at Facebook in the UK calling for the head of the radio station to create social applications for social networks, and enhance the ability of  social listening via the web. This feature will begin to be disseminated by Facebook, and will likely be available to all Facebook users in the next few weeks.


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