Twitter move hints at music service

Twitter.
Twitter.
Lionel Bonaventure, AFP
Cape Town – Micro-blogging site Twitter is rumoured to be launching a new music service after buying the music discovery site We Are Hunted.

The BBC reported that We Are Hunted confirmed the deal, adding "there's no question that Twitter and music go well together" – and said it was shutting down.

The hash tag #music is also featured on the newly-launched music.twitter.com.

Reports suggest the new service will offer personalised recommendations on music through its own dedicated app.
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