Play music in your website with Deezer’s new widget player

Deezer are empowering websites everywhere with the sound of music as their brand new player launches to share audio content online.

Deezer have just announced the launch of their new widget player. It allows website’s to embed a music player streaming tracks and podcasts form Deezer’s huge library into their pages for visitors to tune in to. Great for any website hosts who want to bring some more entertainment to their sites, but especially brilliant for artists who want to share their music as it’s available of Deezer with any website visitors.

It’s as simple as deciding the content you want to share – whether it’s an album, playlist, or a podcast series – and then copying the URL from Deezer and placing it here: widget.deezer.com. You can change the size of the player to suit your website and control how the background design looks to make the perfect player for your site. If you’re using Deezer on the web it’s as simple as clicking the ‘Share’ button on the right.

Deezer’s Director of Partnership Solutions, Nicolas Pinoteau said: “Whether you’re an artist promoting an album, or a die-hard music lover that wants to share an amazing track, our customized widgets are designed to help you get heard. All you need to follow is our simple three-step process to embed any widget of your choice. The only hard part is deciding what you want to share and preview.”

The player will play either up to 30 seconds in preview of a track, or if it’s a podcast listeners can tune in to the whole thing. If listeners are a Deezer user themselves then they can favourite tracks straight from the widget and into their library so that when they’re back in the full player, they can carry on the party.

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