Y-combinator start-up bop.fm launches embeddable playlist

By June 1, 2014

A Y-combinator-backed start-up has announced the launch of their embeddable playlist, which allows users to post playlists including songs from many different streaming services.

“This is the closest anyone has come to a universal experience for music,” says CEO Shehzad Daredia. “bop.fm has already changed what it’s like to consume music online.”

“Extending the power of aggregation to the blogger community, where so many fans go to discover new music, is just the next step in what we’ve always been striving for.”

bop.fm is a music aggregator that compiles offerings from all the major music services, allowing users to stream, watch or buy any song online, regardless of their country, device, or music service. bop.fm automatically searches music services like Spotify, Rdio, SoundCloud, YouTube, Deezer, Beats Music, iTunes, Amazon and Google Play, taking user-service arrangements into account to generate a single stream and single purchase link guaranteed to work.

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