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This article was published on December 10, 2013

    Music streaming aggregator Bop.fm now lets users play tracks from Deezer

    Music streaming aggregator Bop.fm now lets users play tracks from Deezer
    Owen Williams
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    Owen Williams

    Former TNW employee

    Owen was a reporter for TNW based in Amsterdam, now a full-time freelance writer and consultant helping technology companies make their word Owen was a reporter for TNW based in Amsterdam, now a full-time freelance writer and consultant helping technology companies make their words friendlier. In his spare time he codes, writes newsletters and cycles around the city.

    Last week we wrote about Bop.fm, a new startup that aims to take the pain out of sharing music with friends by aggregating catalogs from multiple streaming services.

    Today, the company announced at LeWeb in Paris that it has added support for Deezer, meaning Bop.fm users have the service’s full 30 million track catalog at their disposal. Deezer is extremely popular in outside the US, with 5 million paid subscriptions and 12 million monthly active users.

    With YouTube, Soundcloud, Spotify and Rdio already built-in, Bop boasts one of the most extensive collections of music in a single place on the Internet.

    Bop.fm