“Facebook Music” Partners Spotify, Rdio, Mog (And More) Outed Ahead Of F8 Announcement By HTML Code?

  • September 17, 2011 10:49 pm


Facebook’s rumored music service is allegedly going to be uncovered and detailed at the company’s upcoming F8 conference in just a few short days (September 22nd). And while the actual details of Facebook’s event are still a mystery, a Netherlands developer by the name of Yvo Schaap has uncovered a slew of HTML code on a number of popular streaming and online music discovery sites including Mog, Spotify, Rdio, Soundcloud, and more.

The code in question:

More after the break…

The full list of sites containing the so called “Facebook Music” code:

  • MOG, Rhapsody, Spotify, Soundcloud, Rdio, Deezer (France), VEVO (added!)

Compare the aforementioned list to so called “confirmed” Facebook Music partners: iTunes, MySpace, Pandora, Turntable.fm, Amazon.com (store and cloud player), Last.fm, Napster, Kazaa, Groovershark.

Excited yet? We’re already big fans of Last.fm and more recently, Spotify. Unfortunately the number of active friends we have using each service is pretty minuscule. But if all of a sudden our entire Facebook friend list were easily within reach in regards to music and music sharing, the whole act of discovering new music could be a lot more fun and entertaining.

Stay tuned as we bring you the latest on the upcoming Facebook F8 news.


Source: Yvo Schaap | Via: AlleyInsider

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