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Deezer enters realm of Facebook

Friday 23 September 2011 | 10:46 CET | News
Music streaming service Deezer has integrated with Facebook Platform to allow people to send music to Facebook users who give permission to its app. It gives immediate and unlimited access to Deezer in a 100 percent seamless and viral experience on PC with no need to download a web client. Integration will also be offered via iPad, iPhone, Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone 7. Deeze says the social music movement empowers people to discover music online in the same way they do offline, through friends. This evolution also reflects the full geographic transformation of the music market which to date has been concentrated within seven main countries whereas, today, 79 percent of Facebook users are from outside the US (Comscore).

Categories: Internet
Companies: Deezer / Facebook
Countries: World
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