The "Snapchat" application unveiled a new feature that competes with "Instagram" and "Tik Tok", for users of iOS devices.
The application stated in an online blog that "Snapchat" users on iOS devices will be able to add music clips to the clips that they shoot and publish.
The application did not reveal when this feature would be provided to users of devices running the "Android" operating system, according to the "The Verge" website, which specializes in technical news.
The feature was available to users in New Zealand and Australia, and the company said in August that it would bring music to more countries this fall.
And if someone receives a video with audio, they can scroll to view the album art, song title and artist name.
He can also click on the "Play Song" link to listen to the full song on other broadcast platforms, including "Spotify", "Apple Music" and "Sound Cloud".
The app's licensing deals cover songs from the "Warner Music Group", "Universal Music", "Warner Chapel Music", "BMG Music" and others.