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Twitter’s New Audio Cards Let You Play Music in Your Timeline

Twitter's New Audio Cards Let You Play Music in Your Timeline

Twitter Cards let users extend the size of a tweet (which is otherwise limited to 140 characters) by attaching larger photos, videos, lead generation tools and other media “experiences”. Cards can provide a nice uptick to engagement and clicks, and they’ve had a good overall response from marketers and brands.

This week Twitter announced the Audio Card, which will let users listen to music directly on Twitter.

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10 Ways We Follow Music (And Festivals) On Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC]

10 Ways We Follow Music (And Festivals) On Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC]

The 2014 Glastonbury Festival kicked off today, with luminaries such as Arcade Fire, Metallica, Kasabian, Skrillex, Massive Attack, Jack White, Ellie Goulding and Lily Allen on hand to entertain the crowds through until Sunday.

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Demi Lovato Unlocks Her Latest Tracks Based On The Number Of Tweets Each Amasses

Singer Demi Lovato’s millions of fans flocked to Twitter yesterday to declare their love for her – or, more specifically, her latest tracks.

The singer’s fourth studio album, Demi, isn’t set to drop until May 14.

But the singer challenged fans to unlock each song early online by tweeting its title as a hashtag, releasing each single on her website LovaticsSpeedUpTime.com after a certain amount of crowd-sourced excitement.

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Twitter Music Is #NowPlaying As Official App, Player Launches

After much rumour and fanfare, today Twitter has (finally) announced Twitter Music, a new service that they say will change the way that people find music on (and using) Twitter.

Launching on the App Store later today and rolling out at music.twitter.com as we speak, Twitter Music is available in the US, Canada, the UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand, and streams music from three sources: iTunes (the default), Spotify or Rdio.

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