The company plans to add the ability to listen to music on Stories and Profiles.
Facebook has been slowly rolling out Lip Sync Live, making it possible for people around the world to go live and express themselves with music. And this time it's all about the latest features that the leading social media organization is adding on its platform.
Simply choose the song you want to attach to your photo/video and add the sticker with the name of the artist and the song. It now comes with lyrics to the songs you chose and you can also use the feature on pages as well. If someone plays it, they won't only hear the song but also see its accompanying video that contains photos of the album it's from and the artist behind it.
When you add a song, your friends can click on it to play it and additional info about the artist will generate.
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Facebook has launched a bundle of new tools to make your social media experience more musical.
Not every song will have them in the feature's beginning stages. Some of the most popular tunes that you can find on this Facebook's music feature are "Girls Like You" by Maroon 5, "New Rules" by Dua Lipa, "Better" by DJ Khalid. It has now rolled out Lip Sync Live to all profiles in many countries, and it has opened up the feature to more artists and creators by expanding to Facebook Pages.
Hoping to regain some younger users, Facebook is working on a standalone karaoke app similar to TikTok (formerly Muiscal.ly).