Campaign India Team
Oct 19, 2010

In.com launches Listen'IN

Facebook users can now access a music library

In.com launches Listen'IN

IN.com has launched Listen'In, a social application created by In.com for Facebook. Through this application, Facebook users will be able to listen to songs while browsing through the social networking website.

Listen’In is an application that has a library of more than 1,75,000 songs which include - International, Bollywood and regional genres of music under album name, song name and artist name to make the search simpler. It also provides the users with the option to create a personalised playlist, save it and share it with their friends on Facebook. Along with the option of sharing, users can also like and dedicate these songs to friends along with a message. Through this, users can see the song their friends are listening to.

Commenting on the launch of this new application on Facebook, Lakshmi Narasimhan, chief executive officer, Web18 said, “In.com has always attempted to provide new & exciting products and features to its users. We are extremely happy to be launching this music app on Facebook, to take the extensive music available on IN.com into the lives and homes of our users, through the penetrating medium of social networking.”

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Campaign India

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