Rhapsody subscribers can now share full songs on Twitter for all to hear
Twitter’s first serious attempt at capitalizing on our never-ending thirst for music was an abject failure. Twitter #Music, which attempted to harness the music-focused conversation happening on the social network and turn it into music recommendations and discoveries, folded with little fanfare less than a year after launch. Now, the company is ready to give streaming music another shot thanks to a direct partnership Rhapsody.
Starting today, Rhapsody users will be able to share full songs on Twitter using the social network’s “cards” technology, which helps to display and share media like photos, videos, and songs natively on Twitter. Of course, the dominant streaming music service Spotify and most of its competitors already allow you…
Source:: The Verge