Spotify Is Bringing a Musical Ingredient to BeReal

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BeReal is leaping on the Spotify bandwagon by integrating the music streaming service as a function on its platform. The app was launched in 2020 and marketed itself as an genuine various to different social media platforms by prompting customers at a random time to put up about what they’re doing at that precise second.

Spotify introduced its collaboration with BeReal in a information launch and confirmed that streamers will now have the ability to hearken to their favourite tracks by way of the BeReal app. Not solely are you able to share what you’re listening to in the meanwhile, however customers can even have the ability to “take a look at what different mates are listening to in your BeReal feed,” the discharge says.

BeReal and Spotify didn’t instantly reply to Gizmodo’s request for remark.

Customers have been initially drawn to the platform by its simplistic design and spontaneous real-time images after receiving an alert that it was time to “Be Actual.” In latest months the app’s customers have dropped by 61%, down from 15 million customers at its peak to 6 million energetic customers in March, and whereas BeReal might by no means attain that sort of reputation once more, it definitely appears as if it’ll proceed to strive.

You can join your Spotify and BeReal accounts both by way of the music icon that pops up earlier than posting a BeReal or by going to the Music tab within the Settings tab and following the prompts to attach the 2.

The Spotify integration formally rolled out on Wednesday on each Android and iOS techniques and is obtainable in choose markets together with the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Brazil, and Australia. The music streamer says it’ll develop the function to extra markets sooner or later, however didn’t present extra info.

“We’re happy with this integration throughout the BeReal platform,” Spotify mentioned within the launch. “We’re continually discovering new methods to deliver Spotify to extra folks, and serving to followers, artists, and communities join by way of audio world wide.”

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