Technology Snapchat tries to compete with TikTok with Sounds on Snapchat on iOS

12:20  18 october  2020
12:20  18 october  2020 Source:   clubic.com

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To power Sounds on Snapchat , the company forged multi-year agreements with major and independent publishers and labels, including Warner Music ( TikTok is currently engaged in a lawsuit to challenge its ban, so the app remains live today.) Social media companies have capitalized on the

Snapchat Sounds currently offers millions of licensed songs from Snap’s music industry partners. On receiving a Snap with Sounds , you can swipe I am sure many users will appreciate this feature as it was missing on TikTok . Finding the music source was pretty difficult on TikTok because tapping on

  Snapchat tente de concurrencer TikTok avec Sounds on Snapchat sur iOS © Provided by Clubic Sounds on Snapchat © Snapchat

The feature allows you to discover exclusively "Lonely", the new title of Justin Bieber and Benny Blanco.

While the popularity of TikTok exploded in 2020, Snapchat today unveils Sounds, a feature close to what the Chinese social network offers.

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A large catalog of music available on Snapchat

This summer, the social network announced the upcoming arrival of a feature to add music to Snaps. It’s done today, with the launch of Sounds. Much like on TikTok, the feature allows users to integrate music samples from a catalog of songs by "established and emerging" artists.

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Snapchat today is launching a new feature called Sounds — which, taking a page from TikTok , lets “Lonely” will be a featured exclusive in Snapchat ’s Featured Sounds list today, letting users create With Sounds on Snapchat , users of the iOS app worldwide can add music to their Snaps (pre- or

Snapchat takes on TikTok . Social Media Tools. Add music to your Snaps through a curated catalogue of music on Snapchat . You can swipe up on any Snap with Sounds to view the album art, song title, artist and a link to Can't wait to try it out! Hope it gets also realeased on Android soon!

The feature works like a classic Snap: you can add music by recording or editing your content afterwards. When a user receives the Snap in question, a "Play this song" link allows them to listen to the song on Spotify , Apple Music, or SoundCloud . As an added bonus, Snapchat users will be able to listen exclusively to Justin Bieber and Benny Blanco's track "Lonely" today.

Sounds is currently only available on iOS.

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