It seems that Facebook is after all working on a music service and it will be called Vibes as discovered by Jeff Rose, a software developer. He apparently was able to spot the string of codes while going into the Java files in the background of Facebook’s latest feature, Video Calling.
According to his blog, ”The vibes app connects with a music download dialog in the page though, so I’m guessing that with this release we are seeing the seeds for Facebook’s upcoming music offering.”
Actually the JAR file that is used for installing Video Calling also includes a code that can help install another app called vibes.facebook.com. Each of those two apps then further has a secondary reference that talks about an action, which is to follow. “Peep” leads to a “VideoChatPlugin” window while “Vibes” calls for “MusicDownloadDialogue”.
So we better hang on tight and wait for the launch of this music service by Facebook which will be bringing as well as downloads to us!
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