LOS ANGELES (Hypebot) –
Now that iLike owned by rival MySpace, Facebook is restricting some features of the iLike app on it pages. The move is bound to be unpopular with the 12 million users that have made iLike the #1 music app on Facebook. Over the last few days Facebook users who had installed the iLike app received this message:
"Due to upcoming Facebook changes, your Music data on Facebook won’t show on your profile and you’ll stop getting concert alerts. Take this step to save your music data."
The restrictions stop users from adding music to the Facebook profile and receiving personalized concert alerts. iLike has responded by asking users for their email address to send concert alerts directly.
Facebook's move against iLike is also a bi-product of what they called a wider campaign of "New Ways to Find and Engage with Your Favorite Applications.” Obviously, new does not always mean better.