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This lets you pick from a catalog of songs, choose the section of the track you want, and overlay it on a Story. Facebook began testing Music Stories over the past few months following their launch on Instagram in June.What started as licensing deals to make sure users’ videos wouldn’t be taken down for copyright infringement if they’d added a soundtrack or overhead songs in the background has now blossomed into music features across the app.
It’s now available on i OS and Android in Australia, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Mexico, New Zealand, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United States.
The new Music section of the profile comes alongside the rollout of two previously tested features that all build off Facebook’s recently acquired music licenses from major record labels.
Facebook’s Musical.ly-esque Lip Sync Live feature has now rolled out to all users in many countries, and today opens to Pages to let artists perform for and connect with fans.
You’ll be able to choose tracks to add to a revamped Music section of your profile that now actually plays songs instead of just showing what artists you Like, and you can pin your favorites right to the top of your profile.
The feature will launch in select countries later this year.