Here’s How to Share Spotify Songs Without Leaving iMessage

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iOS: Spotify’s latest refurbish adds iMessage support, creation it easier to share marks with your friends during content conversations. Best of all, both sender and receiver can play a common marks though opening a app itself—at slightest until we wish to listen to a whole song.

You competence be accustomed to pity Spotify marks while you’re in a strain app and promulgation it to someone by iMessage. Unfortunately, a chairman on a receiving finish afterwards had to exit iMessage, open Spotify, listen to a track, and cocktail behind into iMessage to broach their sardonic critique of all songs electroclash. Now, interjection to Spotify’s new keyboard app, they can listen to a preview of a strain right there in iMessage.


To take advantage of this some-more liquid song-sharing feature, you’ll need to have a Spotify app commissioned (and updated), of course. You can entrance a new iMessage keyboard by drumming a arrow idol subsequent to your content field, selecting App Store icon, and swiping to a right until we strike Spotify.

While identical in functionality to Apple Music’s song-sharing iMessage keyboard, Apple Music usually lets we share marks formed on your new listening history, since Spotify lets we collect a strain from a whole catalog though ditching your conversation. You can send 30-second lane previews, along with manuscript and artist information. Spotify subscribers have a choice to play a whole lane with a tap.


Sure, it’s not a whole track, though 30 seconds of a balance is only adequate strain to get an opinion out of me, and if we like a strain I’ll only save it to my Spotify app after dogmatic it my new summer jam.

Spotify launches an iMessage app for texting songs to friends | Techcrunch

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