Love it or hate it, the Facebook Timeline integration cannot be ignored and the guys over at Spotify seem to have taken full advantage this feature. The fan page of the music service gives the attribute an interesting twist that many die-hard audiophiles may develop an instant liking towards.
The service’s Facebook Timeline now displays the history of music right from 1,000AD to the preset. Besides milestones set by singers, music composers and the likes, the timeline also includes releases such as that of the first Sony Walkman to the iPod being churned out from Apple and beyond. Well, it appears to be quite an apt use of the social network’s latest feature, which makes it possible to give out the this information in a single integrated view.
“Of course, all this is just the beginning. We’ll be adding more and more huge historical landmarks in the coming weeks as well as keeping you up to date with the freshest and most important music moments of today,” shares Andres Sehr through a post on the official Spotify blog.
So individuals itching to know when Frank Sinatra brought out his first album or the year Britney released ‘Baby one more time,’ can now run through this content and more in a few clicks. Apart from this, the company has even put in links accompanying each entry that redirect users to Spotify pages, allowing listeners to skim through tracks by that particular artist.
With the Spotify Facebook Timeline, SNS users can revel in the history of music and discover melodies they otherwise may not have come across.