– SoundCloud is relaunching a popular feature – comments from its mobile apps –

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SoundCloud is relaunching a popular feature – comments from its mobile apps – alongside a new user experience in iOS and Android.  It’s a feature that every music service should have, and is missing from Spotify and Apple Music.

Commenting is a core social feature on SoundCloud, with millions of comments already shared each month. The new mobile experience lets creators and fans comment on a track from their phone.

The commenting feature begins rolling out to users today via the latest version of the SoundCloud mobile app, available on iOS and Android.

Read More: http://www.hypebot.com/hypebot/2018/08/soundcloud-adds-mobile-feature-spotify-lacks-comments.html

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