Your favorite social networking site might finally be getting full on music integration coming September 22nd. That's right, Facebook Music is on its way. Spotify, the social network-like music streaming site, will be fully integrated with Facebook.
Spotify already allows you to link to Facebook to share information about the songs you are listening to or favorite songs. But when Facebook Music is up and running, you will have full integration. This means, listening to music on your Facebook page.
Unfortunately, September 22nd is not the for sure date for the release yet; everyone is still in the speculation phase. This speculation is not all just rumors, though. There is some thought to it.
First of all, according to Forbes, "The integrated service is currently going through testing, but when launched, Facebook users will see a Spotify icon appear on the left side of their news feed, along with the usual icons for photos and events."
Then there is also the f8 developers conference being held on September 22nd, which is why people believe this would be the best time for Facebook Music to be announced.
Will you use this new integration of Facebook and Spotify for your music needs, or will you stick to your guns with iTunes or whatever other music source you use?
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