Facebook is getting into the music social media game with a new social network that lets users connect with their friends in real time.
The company announced today that it has acquired Music.com, a social network and music service that offers users the ability to listen to music in real-time.
The Music.net service will be available in the U.S. and Canada.
The new service will launch in Europe and Australia in early 2018.
It will also support in-app purchases, and be available on mobile devices.
The deal will bring Music.tv to Facebook’s Facebook Messenger platform, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Facebook has long offered music-related apps to users in the Facebook Messenger app.
The Facebook app now includes a Music.fm app that will be similar to the Music.io service, which is a music streaming service.
It also includes a Spotify Music service that can stream music from multiple services, including Apple Music, Google Play Music, and Spotify.
However, the new Music.fi service will not include a Spotify music subscription option.
Fi service is designed to make it easy for users to find and share music, video, and other content on Facebook,” a Facebook spokesperson told The Wall St. Journal.
“As Music.f is only available in Facebook Messenger, users will have the ability and freedom to choose their own content, such as music, videos, photos, and more.
For more information about Music.ifi, visit: http://musicians.facebook.com/music.fi/featured/music-streaming-service/music.”