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Chrip Chrip Music for Twitter

Twitter music, a new streaming service for music lovers is about to debut soon which can be a treat to major music services already penetrating in the industry like Pandora, Spotify and others. Rumored to be arriving this weekend, Twitter music service is reportedly said to offer playback of music clips from existing services.

Twitter to introduce music app - Telegraph

Users will be able to watch music videos from Vevo, which hosts music videos from major record labels, and listen to clips from SoundCloud, a website where users can upload and share their audio recordings. The app is likely to open separately from Twitter.

Twitter acquires music site, could launch new service

Twitter acquires music site, could launch new service SAN FRANCISCO - Twitter said it acquired the emerging music software firm We Are Hunted, amid reports that the popular messaging platform was readying its own music service. "Welcome to Twitter! @wearehunted," a tweet from the company said late Thursday.

Twitter set to release music service

The company has also set up a placeholder Web site at music.twitter.com, which encourages users to sign in with their Twitter accounts but doesn't do anything else - yet. According to a report from All Things Digital, the service could launch as soon as Friday or over the weekend in conjunction with the Coachella music festival.

Soon Your Bird Can Sing: Twitter to Release Music App | MIT Technology Review

It sounds cool, but only a select few such as Ryan Seacrest get to play with Twitter's music app for now. It's not yet available to everyone, but Twitter's giving a few hints about its forthcoming music app, which the social site is surely hoping will challenge music listening and sharing service Spotify.

Clues Emerge About Twitter's Music Feature

Twitter, the service that put microblogging on the digital map, is introducing a music feature that could give its users more to tweet about and another reason to stay logged in.

Chirp! Twitter to Introduce Music App After Acquiring We Are Hunted

Twitter music, a new streaming service for music lovers is about to debut soon which can be a treat to major music services already penetrating in the industry like Pandora, Spotify and others. Rumored to be arriving this weekend, Twitter music service is reportedly said to offer playback of music clips from existing services.

Buzz Builds Over New Twitter Music App | Orange UK

Buzz has continued to build of social media giant Twitter's expected launch of a new music app this weekend. The news comes as key "influencers" apparently received access ahead of a public roll-out next week. Tech site AllThingsD said the music service, originally mooted for a Friday launch, may now be launched this weekend at the Coachella music festival at Indio, California.

Twitter may launch `music service`

London: Twitter is rumoured to be launching a new music service after the micro blogging site purchased the music discovery site, We Are Hunted. We Are Hunted confirmed the deal, adding "there's no question that Twitter and music go well together", and said it was shutting down.

Buzz Builds Over New Twitter Music App | Orange UK

Buzz has continued to build of social media giant Twitter's expected launch of a new music app this weekend. The news comes as key "influencers" apparently received access ahead of a public roll-out next week. Tech site AllThingsD said the music service, originally mooted for a Friday launch, may now be launched this weekend at the Coachella music festival at Indio, California.

Twitter essentially confirms its music service - report

PanARMENIAN.Net - Twitter has essentially confirmed its music service by launching a dedicated website at music.twitter.com. Currently it has nothing to offer potential customers, stating "coming soon" while throwing up a sign-on button that leads absolutely nowhere, tomsguide.com says. Twitter's blog is remaining silent on the subject other than asking social butterflies to cast their votes for the MTV Movie Awards.