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This article was published on January 28, 2014


Rdio makes it easier for you to share music on Twitter, Facebook via a drag and drop feature

Rdio makes it easier for you to share music on Twitter, Facebook via a drag and drop feature
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US music streaming service Rdio has introduced a new Drag & Share feature that makes it easier for you to share music you have discovered on its platform, available on its Web and desktop apps.

All you have to do is click the album, playlist or song that you want to share, drag it to the right side of your Rdio screen, and choose to share it either on Twitter, Facebook or with your Rdio friends.

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Earlier this month, Rdio took on Spotify by making its music streaming service free on the Web for all US users — and this nifty new feature is no doubt meant to encourage its users to spread the word about Rdio amid intensifying competition.

➤ Pass It On: Drag & Share the Music You Love [Rdio Blog]

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