iLike: Music Recommendation Service Is Up For Sale, Ticketmaster and Facebook Interested!

It has been reported over at Paidcontent that music startup and recommendation service iLike is on the block for sale. Currently there are several companies interested in iLike, such as existing stakeholder Ticketmaster and online music pioneer RealNetworks.

iLike has already raised about $16 million in funding since its launch in 2006. Additionally, in the mix to purchase iLike is Facebook, who recently got nocked back to purchase Twitter. iLike currently has one of the most popular Facebook apps, attracting about 5.4 million active users per month, but a pure stock play is likely to go over as well as it did with Twitter.

Spotify’s ‘Community’ mobile hub: see what friends are listening to, iOS users can access it now

Spotify’s ‘Community’ hub is a new feature coming to the platform. It’ll provide a social hub of sorts that’ll allow mobile users to see what music their friends are enjoying and what playlists they’re updating.

How to see your YouTube Music Spring Recap – like Spotify Wrapped but for each season

YouTube Music Recap is not just a yearly event. Now you can see your most played artists and songs as the year goes by.

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