Tech & Science Pandora users can share music to their Snapchat stories

08:07  13 july  2018
08:07  13 july  2018 Source:   engadget.com

Pandora users can share music to their Snapchat stories

  Pandora users can share music to their Snapchat stories Pandora was one of the first to announce its partnership with Snap, and now the music streaming service is all set for its users to start sharing in Snapchat Stories. The feature is only iOS for now — an Android version is expected in the coming weeks. When you're in the Pandora app, tap on the Share button in the Now Playing screen, select Share on Snapchat and add the song to your Story (or send directly to a friend or group). Anyone who swipes up when viewing your share will be able to listen to the song on demand, whether they're a subscriber or not. There's no need to connect your Snapchat with your Pandora app, either.

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Pandora was one of the first to announce its partnership, and now the music streaming service is all set for its users to start sharing in Snapchat Stories.

The feature is only iOS for now — an Android version is expected in the coming weeks. When you're in the Pandora app, tap on the Share button in the Now Playing screen, select Share on Snapchat and add the song to your Story (or send directly to a friend or group). Anyone who swipes up when viewing your share will be able to listen to the song on demand, whether they're a subscriber or not. There's no need to connect your Snapchat with your Pandora app, either. Of course, Pandora isn't the first streaming service to offer its music library to other apps. Instagram now allows other apps (including Spotify) to post to its own Stories feature.

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