In an increasingly connected world full of options to enjoy music, Spotify has taken a significant step forward to make the music experience better. Listening to your favorite songs is even easier and more accessible.

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The music streaming platform announced integration with TikTok, which will allow Spotify users in the United States and the United Kingdom to record their favorite songs with a single tap, directly from the popular short video app.

Spotify has always been known for its commitment to being present where its listeners are, and today one of those places is TikTok.

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With the growing popularity of the social network and the trend of discovering music through this platform, Spotify has set out to make it easier than ever to catch the catchy songs you hear in videos and take them directly to your library.

“As the world’s largest audio streaming subscription service, our mission is to bring artists and fans together so they can listen to more of what they love on any platform or device. Basically, you won’t have to find the right sound for the moment. “It will find you,” said Sten Garmark, Spotify vice president and head of global consumer experience.

Starting today, Spotify users in the United States and the United Kingdom, both free users and Premium subscribers, will be able to take advantage of this feature.

They simply tap a button in the TikTok app to save the song they’re listening to to their Spotify ‘Songs I Love’ playlist; There is no need to change applications.

Spotify calls itself the world’s largest streaming audio subscription service, and its mission is clear: We bring artists and fans together so they can hear more of the songs they love on any platform or device.

Integrating Spotify and TikTok is simple.

This TikTok integration joins other social sharing collaborations with platforms like BeReal, Meta, Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter. The feature will also be available to Android and iOS users in the United States and the United Kingdom starting today, with plans to expand to more markets in the future.

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*This content was rewritten with the help of artificial intelligence, based on information published by Spotify, and reviewed by a journalist and editor.

Source: Exame

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