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Facebook Messenger simplifies tune sharing with Spotify

Sharing your playlists on Messenger is just a click away.
Nicole Lee, @nicole
03.03.16
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Facebook's Messenger already lets you hail Uber rides and talk to businesses, and now they've just added a new feature: Spotify integration. Instead of copying and pasting a Spotify link to your mates the old-fashioned way, you can now share your tunes right within Messenger itself. Hit the More tab, then Spotify and then select the songs you want to share. On the receiving end, if you get a Spotify link, you'll see an "Open" link that'll launch the app and the song straightaway. The feature should roll out to both iOS and Android apps starting today so get ready to bug your friends with your party mix.

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