Songwhip: Share songs for all streaming services with your friends

Sharing music with your friends is quite inconvenient if everyone is using a different streaming service. No worries! Songwhip makes sharing songs a lot easier again.

Songwhip: Share songs with your friends (for all streaming services)

When you want to share a song with your friends, you sometimes run into problems. Not everyone uses the same streaming services. Then when you want to share a nice song from Apple Music with your friends on Spotify, it gets annoying. They then have to look up the number manually.

Share songs with Songwhip

However, there is a much easier way to share music with your friends. Via the website songwhip you will see several links to the most famous streaming services with each song. This way, everyone can immediately listen to the song you shared in their own streaming service.

Before you can share one of your favorite songs with your friends, you have to do something. You have to look up the song on the Songwhip website. You do not have to create an account first and the website is completely free. To create a song sharing link, follow the steps below.

Songwhip: Easily share songs with your friends across all streaming services

  1. Navigate to the Songwhip website;

  2. Click on ‘Make a music link’;

  3. Search for the song (or paste the link) in the text box;

  4. Click on the name of the song in the search results list;

  5. Copy the url and share the website with your friends.

The Songwhip website supports streaming services such as Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube (Music), Tidal, Soundcloud and many more. If you really like a song, there are also links where you can buy the song you want to share.

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