Spotify users will be able to access the music platform without leaving Facebook, both platforms make their integration plan effective
Spotify has become the music app most popular worldwide. The platform continues to improve its service to please its users and launched a mini player within Facebook.
Users will now be able to listen to their songs and podcasts from the popular social network. In this way you can interact with the audios without stopping playback.
According to the first reports, the mini player is already available both in ios like in Android. Premium and free users will be able to enjoy the function with some differences.
People with a paid account will be able to listen to the complete song through Spotify, but without leaving Facebook. Users with free accounts will enjoy a similar experience, but adding random content and with ads.
“Fans will also be able to play songs on the mini player from posts by selected verified artists, or even from user-uploaded videos on Facebook containing licensed music.”
How to activate the Spotify mini player on Facebook?
When sharing content from Spotify on Facebook you can interact with it. Tapping on ‘Play’ will open the mini player in the bottom bar of the app.
People must give their consent the first time they use the function. If your account is active, the platform will open automatically, otherwise you must log in.
“It is mandatory to have the Spotify app installed, and a user created in the service”
Once the mini player, people will be able to navigate from Facebook. The music will continue to play while scrolling or accessing other pages or profiles.
Spotify He noted that his mini player is available in 27 countries and is expected to reach more places soon.
The option is accessible in Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Panama , Paraguay, Peru, South Africa, Thailand, Uruguay and the United States.