Bop.fm introduces embeddable playlists to its service-agnostic streaming music player

Bop.fm introduces embeddable playlists to its service-agnostic streaming music player

Music-streaming aggregator Bop.fm has added the option to embed playlists on its service. Previously, it was only possible to embed individual songs.

Bop.fm, which is backed by Y Combinator, works by aggregating multiple music services, such as Spotify, Deezer and YouTube, in order to make music playable to visitors in different countries.

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For your listening enjoyment, here’s an embedded playlist from our TNW Conference Europe last month:

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