This article was published on May 20, 2014

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


Bop.fm introduces embeddable playlists to its service-agnostic streaming music player
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Josh Ong is the US Editor at The Next Web. He previously worked as TNW's China Editor and LA Reporter. Follow him on Twitter or email him a Josh Ong is the US Editor at The Next Web. He previously worked as TNW's China Editor and LA Reporter. Follow him on Twitter or email him at [email protected].

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.

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

TNW Conference 2014 | Listen for free at bop.fm

Bop.fm

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