Napster said today its application-programming interface (API) is now available via the new Napster Access developer portal.
Now consumer electronics and web developers can integrate Napster content and services into their own products and web pages.
Samsung has added Napster to its Internet-connected TVs, allowing users to access the service for $5 monthly after the 14-day trial period.
“Current and potential partners have requested access to the Napster API so they can provide a great music experience directly from their site or device,” said Christopher Allen, Napster general manager. “
“Now our consumer electronic partners, music bloggers, music fan sites and other businesses, regardless of size, can easily create and offer our on-demand music service and sell MP3s directly from their site or product.”