Virtual harana, anybody?
After partnering with ride-sharing app Uber in the US, Facebook has cooked up yet another collaborative feature for its Messenger service. This time around the social media giant hooked up with streaming site Spotify, lending their music library to the former’s messaging service.
To find it you’ll have to click on the more section in the chat threads. Once you click on Spotify the app will take over, and you’ll be able to browse and share the song of your choice to whoever you’re talking to. To celebrate, the messenger team has shared their own playlist on Spotify as well, so you can listen in to the music that fuels the fastest growing messaging service in the world.