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    Twitter Launches #Music App

    A picture taken on October 23, 2012 shows the screen of a blackberry phone featuring the logo of micro-blogging site Twitter.  AFP PHOTO FRED TANNEAU        (Photo credit should read FRED TANNEAU/AFP/Getty Images)

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    After testing its new music-discovery app on the likes of Ryan Seacrest and Jason Mraz, Twitter #Music is now officially available to the public. On Thursday the company officially unveiled the app, which users can download via Apple’s App Store or on the Web at music.twitter.com. #Music helps you find jams that are trending on Twitter in addition to other music based on the bands you follow. The app also features a #NowPlaying tab which, similar to Spotify, shows songs your friends are listening to and tweeting about—Justine Timberlake, for instance.

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