Myspace Buys iLike, Says That Nothing Will Change For Users

August 20, 2009

US (ChattahBox) – Myspace is going back to it’s roots as a social media site aimed at musicians and music fans by purchasing the site iLike, a social networking site also dedicated to music.

While the details behind the purchase and the future of iLike have not been announced, Myspace has said that little difference should be noticed by the musicians who use iLike to distribute content.

Despite this, many are wondering how the buyout will effect iLike on other social media sites, such as Facebook, where it is a common addition as an application. As the largest music-based network on the web, it will also likely have an effect on other sites and social networks.

This move isn’t a surprising one, as rumors have been making the rounds for months about the future of iLike, as various companies, including Myspace, were said to be looking into buying the music giant.

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