Lots of music services let you share songs with others using direct links, but that can be messy when there are so many different music services out there. Songlink makes it easier to share songs with a wider audience by letting people decide where they want to listen when they click the link. Once you head to Songlink's web site, search for the song you want to share, or paste in a direct link for the song from somewhere like Spotify, YouTube, or Apple Music. Then copy the shortened link and send it off. When someone opens the link, they will see the song title, musical artist and all the places they can listen to it. They can immediately play the song on their preferred music platform and skip a few steps to adding it to their library if they like it. You can even set your preferences for which music service you use the most. The next time you open a songlink from someone else, it will automatically open in your preferred music platform. You can try it out at the link below.
Songlink Lets You Create Music Links With Multiple Listening Options
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