Match Audio makes sharing from music services better. What happens when you share your favourite song on Spotify with a friend, but they don't use Spotify?
We match album and track links from Youtube, Rdio, Spotify, Deezer, Google Music, Xbox Music, Beats Music, and iTunes and give you back one link with matches we find on all of them.
Sometimes when people want to share music they don't know what service their friends are using. Match Audio let's you take a link from one service and expand it into a link that supports all services.
That's not actually a question, but that's ok. Here's an example: I'm listening to a cool new album I found on Google Play Music. So I go to the address bar (the box that sometimes says https://www.google.com in it) and copy the link to share with my friend. But my friend uses Spotify. So first I go to Match Audio and paste the link there, then grab the Match Audio link from the address bar and send them that link instead.
Most music services have a 'share' dialog for albums and tracks in their interface. If you have them open in a web browser instead of an app, you can simply copy and paste the address bar and we'll work out the rest.
Unfortunately not. Playlists would add a huge amount of complexity and would almost certainly cause the site to break the API limits imposed by some of the services we support.
Let me stop you there. Match Audio is open source, that means any capable programmer who wants to add other music services can look at our code and submit changes. If you're not a programmer, you can always submit a request and maybe we'll do it for you.