SoundCloud for Android now supports direct messages

The SoundCloud app for Android, which is rolling out now, adds support for direct messages, even before iOS offers the feature.

Direct messages on SoundCloud have been available for some time, but only on the platform’s web client. As Google itself points out On twitterhowever, it is now being implemented in the Android app.

The latest version of SoundCloud for Android adds support for direct messages to friends and artists on the platform. While this isn’t a feature that every user could access, it’s notable that it’s coming to Android before iOS.

SoundCloud explains the feature on a support page that says:

Click the envelope icon at the top right of your home screen to access your messages. Clicking on one of these messages will expand the message to show the entire conversation and shared tracks.

To reply to a message, simply type in the text box below the conversation. Here, you can send direct text messages or add a track or playlist that you think the recipient would enjoy listening to.

Along with standard messages, SoundCloud also allows users to share tracks and playlists via direct messages.

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