Rhapsody Subscribers Can Now Share Full Songs Through Twitter

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Starting today, Rhapsody subscribers can now share full songs directly through Twitter, thanks to audio cards. Through sharing, any user on Twitter can enjoy the song, then share it to their friends, repeating a vicious cycle of Katy Perry and Taylor Swift tracks. 

If you are a Rhapsody user, to share a song, simply hit the Twitter icon that appears next to a track. From here, you will need to log into your account. Once done, you can get to sharing.

As stated in Rhapsody’s blog, the company wanted to emphasize the act of making streaming more social, while also promoting that music is not free. “Our goal with this launch is to not only help make streaming more social, but also to reinforce that music isn’t free – every song played is accounted for and fully paid up,” said Ethan Rudin, chief financial officer, Rhapsody International.

If you rock Rhapsody, go get to sharing your favorite tracks.

Via: Rhapsody



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