Twitter and Rhapsody have teamed up on a new feature that allows the music service’s subscribers to share full-length tracks on Twitter that anyone can listen to, even if they don’t have a subscription themselves.
Rhapsody announced the partnership Tuesday at SXSW in Austin, Texas, and the feature is already available to Twitter’s mobile users.
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The feature uses Twitter’s audio cards, a tool first introduced last year that allows Twitter users to stream audio directly from tweets. But when it launched in October, the feature was limited to a set of early launch partners who were the only accounts that could share new audio cards. Read more…