Looking for an easy way to share songs or music playlists with your friends without having to worry about which music subscription service – if any – they subscribe to? Check out bop.fm, a relatively new (and growing) music service aggregation site that promises your recipient will be able to listen to your shared tunes “no matter what.”
When you visit and sign in to the bop.fm beta website, you’ll be able to easily search for tunes across a wide range of music services including Spotify, Beats Music, Deezer, Rdio, YouTube and Soundcloud. You can create playlists to share, or just pick out and share individual songs. Click a button on the site and a sharable link is created – it’s as simple as that.
If the song is available on a music service the recipient uses, they’ll be able to listen on that service. If it isn’t available, bop.fm will check free sources like YouTube for the song. Give it a try – I’m currently listening to Journey’s Don’t Stop Believin’, and if you click this link, you’ll be able to listen to it too.
To learn more about the service or to start sharing music, head over to the bop.fm website and sign up for a free account.