New "Music Stickers" In The Works — Instagram


New "Music Stickers" In The Works — Instagram

Instagram has been pushing out new features left and right to improve its app's user experience and bring new ways to post content. However, Wong was unable to post a story with the music sticker.

The code further reveals an unreleased "Search Music" feature built-in beside its location and friend-mention sticker search options inside Instagram Stories. TechCrunch speculates that selecting a song will allow a clip of that song to play on the user's Stories.

As TechChrunch report, some code found within Instagram's Android app seems to indicate that the service is about to implement a new feature which will allow users to share their musical activity by way of "music stickers". Wong also notes that Instagram automatically detected a song she was now playing on her phone, and created a sticker for it. Music Stickers can be filtered by "Genre", "Moods", and "Trending", so users will be able to find the flawless soundtrack for their Story. Per the screenshot shared by TechCrunch, users will be able to choose from three differently categorised sections under the sticker.

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The native payment feature was confirmed by a spokesperson of the Facebook-owned company who did not only confirm the availability of the new feature, but also added that in-app payments for booking appointments such as restaurants or salons is now live for a limited number of partners. However, it could be a bigger threat to Musically, an app meant for lip syncing to music. Instagram Stories' music stickers feature is said to use licensing deals with major record labels signed by its parent company, Facebook. It isn't clear where the music will come from, but it's possible that it could be music stores on your phone. As of now, the payments feature is available only for a select people in the USA and is only in beta. The in-app payments feature will enable you to register your debit or credit card as part of your profile.

I haven't spotted the new payments feature yet, but reports suggest that some users in the U.S. and the United Kingdom have started seeing it on the app.

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