Genius, the massive online song lyrics database, just announced a partnership with Apple. Starting today, visitors to the Genius website or users of its iOS app will see a small player at the bottom of the screen while viewing a song’s lyrics. The player will use Apple Music to play a 30-second clip of the song, and Apple Music subscribers can play the entire thing by signing in.The Apple Music service as a whole benefits from the partnership, too, as Genius will provide lyrics to thousands of songs on the service.To read this article in full, please click here
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