Instagram adds option to put music in Stories, but only on iPhones

Instagram adds option to put music in Stories, but only on iPhones

Instagram adds option to put music in Stories, but only on iPhones

Selecting a soundtrack to a Story seems easy enough: When tapping to add a sticker to a photo or video, a music icon will pop up. Then, you can cut up the song by fast-forwarding and rewinding through the song to pick the best part to go with the story. You can search for a specific song or artist, or browse by genre, mood, and what's popular.

For the time being, music will be available only in select countries, but Instagram plans on making the feature global in the future.

For iOS users, there's also an option to select a song before recording a video using a new "Music" option found below the record button. The ability to choose a song before capturing video is now iOS only.

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"When your friends are watching your story, they'll hear the song playing as they're viewing your photo or video". The new addition will allow people to add musical clips to the type of content they are already sharing in their stories. While it'll be rolling out to iOS users now, the new music feature is "coming soon" for Android. There will also be a sticker that shows the song title and the name of the artist.

Instagram users in 51 countries can now access a library of potential soundtracks for their videos, containing thousands of songs. Additionally, the feature is now only in select countries.

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