Concert App Bandsintown Gains Native Apple Music Integration

Concert discovery app Bandsintown Concerts won a significant replace lately, introducing local Apple Music integration to permit Apple Music subscribers to hear song with no need to go away the Bandsintown app.

For the ones unfamiliar with Bandsintown, it is a web page and app that is designed to permit customers to find when their favourite bands are acting are living of their native house.

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When you seek for a performer within the Bandsintown app, or search for within sight live shows, you’ll now make a selection an artist and pay attention to their catalogue of song to come to a decision whether or not or to not acquire tickets to an tournament.

Bandsintown says the brand new characteristic is designed to assist lovers uncover extra artists, attend extra displays, and assist artists develop their fanbases.

Bandsintown managing spouse Fabrice Sergent mentioned the corporate is “extremely joyful” to supply lovers get admission to to Apple Music. “Promoting artist discovery is essential to us, and Apple Music subscribers can now browse and pay attention to an artist’s catalog with no need to modify between apps.”

In addition to introducing Apple Music fortify, the brand new replace to the Bandsintown iOS app additionally provides gear to make it more uncomplicated for patrons who don’t lately subscribe to Apple Music to enroll in an account.

Though local Apple Music integration is new to the Bandsintown Concert app, it has prior to now labored with Spotify and Soundcloud.

Apple Music integration is to be had in the newest model of the Bandsintown Concerts app, which will also be downloaded from the App Store totally free. [Direct Link]

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