The new Facebook apps meant to track and share the things you want to share, like music. Facebook in its newly Open Graph campaign will legally share your music to your friends and your friends to you. Cool right? Yes it is cool, but would it be cool if you find out that there are missing features in FaceBook music ecosystem?
Spotify is one of those music industry that facebook introduced however there are five missing features in all these initiatives especially in music. First is how the True Music Sharing is. We’re talking about the right to choose. The problem is that it is already set-up music apps. The user has a right somehow to choose what music they want to listen because they have their own taste. Why spoon feed the things that they don’t wanted to. Got the point?
The second missing link is real time group listening. Why Facebook did not launch the ability to join the listeners on a station in real time so that people can have a comment in the chat room.
The Third missing link is the Music tab in the Ticker. People are only interesting on what people are listening, I’m not interested on who are my friends be friended. If the app is only for the music then the music activity should be shared as is.
The fourth missing link is apple. During the campaign on Facebook’s music ecosystem the Apple Company is nowhere to find. Because Apple has so many things to do they are still preparing for their iCloud. And besides they are not there to sell their music, and also Apple has a pride of coming in Facebook music campaign.
The Last one is the Independent Developers. Facebook did not notice this one. If service is sharing then why independent developers have no room in facebook? By this somehow could encourage every individual to make some platform of music and let others see it as we are talking about service is sharing? Let the user decide on what to play this is the true service of sharing.