By: Josh AnderbergThis week, Facebook announced it’s launching an online promotion campaign to help Apple and Samsung promote their music album releases.
The promotion campaign will be powered by Facebook’s “Sonic Mania” program, a feature which allows users to post a picture of a song, tag it with a keyword, and then follow it on Facebook.
Users will then receive a message via their Facebook account informing them that the song is now available for free download from Apple’s iTunes store.
This week’s launch of the Sonic Mania program marks the second time Facebook has added Sonic Mania to the program.
The program was first introduced in 2014 and was expanded to include more than 60 million songs in 2016.
Sonicmania is one of the many ways the social network is promoting Apple and Google’s music albums.
Google’s new Google Music service offers a free trial for Apple Music subscribers.
In 2017, Apple’s Music subscription service added a free “Free” version of its Google Music app to its iTunes Store.
Sprint launched a similar promotion in 2017, offering free music downloads to those who subscribe to its “All in” music program.
In 2018, Google added a Music subscription to its Google Play Music service, and now Apple is also offering its “Free Trial” and “Music Unlimited” services for free.
Both services are available to those with Apple Music subscriptions.
Apple’s Sonic Mania promotion has been in use since the company launched the program in 2016, but its use has increased in recent years.
Last year, Apple launched an iPhone Music program, which offered the ability to buy unlimited music from iTunes, Amazon, and Spotify, as well as a free six-month trial of Apple Music.