What currently existing music library-type service lets you easily share single songs on Facebook without having to upload said songs yourself OR forcing a user to approve an app/sign up?
May 29, 2012 7:28 PM Subscribe
Are there any handy, currently working, copyrighted-music-hosting-library services that will let you share a single streamable audio link to a single song on Facebook (like YouTube or Soundcloud do) - WITHOUT requiring listeners to sign up/give permissions to an app?
posted by bitterkitten to Computers & Internet (6 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
Ergo: Spotify, no. Songza, no (and I think resurrected Songza only lets you share playlists, and not individual songs)
I feel like I've had dubious success previously trying this with last.fm, and I don't remember what Grooveshark allows.
Basically, I just want to be able to search for a particular tune if I think it's cool, and post it so people can click on it and go "you're right, dude, i've listened to the whole song now and it is that cool!" But I don't want people to have to approve apps or sign up for any kind of account to do so. I suspect the answer for now is "keep abusing Youtube, everybody's doin' it" or "upload said song to your own webserver/soundcloud account and do it that way."
Yeah, ok. Wah. First world problems. Just checkin'.