You can now tweet all your favourite music on Twitter from Deezer

Today Deezer announced a partnership with Twitter that allows it’s users to share their favourite tracks with everyone on Twitter.

No doubt you’re proud of your music tastes, and so you should be, it’s a preference for art that is completely unique to you. Deezer also want you to be proud of the music you love, having partnered with Twitter so that you can share your favourite tracks easily on Twitter.

Audio Cards provide you a whole new way to share and discover music on Twitter. See what the people you follow are listening to and check the track out yourself, straight from Twitter without having to open up Deezer.

Deezer’s chief marketing and commercial officer, Golan Shaked said: “We’re excited to be teaming up with Twitter to offer fans the ability to listen to music through the integration of Audio Cards on the platform. Given that music and social media remain an increasingly important part of people’s lives, it’s important that we continue to create opportunities where they can access both their favourite tracks and new music. This is just one of the many ways that we are enabling this.”

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Twitter have partnered with other music stores and streaming services in the past to share music on their social media platform. They launched Audio Cards in 2014 so that you could share previews of iTunes tracks but have since evolved Audio Cards to allow sharing of SoundCloud tracks and 30 second samples from Spotify.

Unfortunately Deezer’s integration only includes previews and not full tracks, the same as Spotify, however it makes it easier than ever to sample a track and decide whether you like it or not on Twitter. If you do then you can go straight to the track on Deezer from Twitter.

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