Do you know when the elders tell us to be careful what we say, because "the walls have ears"? So, perhaps the similar to this saying in the world of technology would be “be careful what you develop”, which comes with a “because the Facebook can copy you ”. And if you were thinking that again it would be some Snapchat feature, rest assured; this time, iMessage was copied.
Apple spent a lot of time at WWDC 2016 dedicating itself to showcasing the new iMessage App Store, in which developers can make their own apps available for the Messaging app and everything is very focused on conversations. Apparently, some liked this idea too, since it was announced yesterday at F8, the annual Facebook event, that your app Messenger soon receive what they called “Chat extensions”, that is, extensions for chat. But, as Chapolin Colorado has already said, “we are not a cynical priemos”, because Apple will end up benefiting from that too.
In addition to not holding a grudge, Ma at j was confirmed as a partner and made available a Apple Music for Messenger. Detailed information on how this extension works has not been released, however the Spotify rival of streaming Apple, which also entered into a partnership with Facebook, gave us some details regarding its extension.
With the feature Chat Extensions from Messenger, people can search and share Spotify music, albums and playlists directly with friends without ever leaving the Messenger app. For the first time, friends at the other end will be able to view 30-second clips directly in the Messenger app or visit the Spotify app to listen in full.
In addition, the bot Spotify on Facebook Messenger can offer recommendations for playlists, if you want.
The Spotify extension will arrive first and then we will see that of Apple music, which will probably work the same or similarly (as it already does in iMessage itself).
Update by Rafael Fischmann 10/05/2017 s 22:32
Months later, Facebook started today to turn the key and release to users an extension of Apple Music within Messenger. If you're still not seeing it, it should only be a matter of time.
Certainly, good news for the streaming musical from Ma.