Brooklyn, New York – Unimitated, LLC today is proud to announce the release of AM Collaborate 1.0, the company’s new Apple Music based collaborative music app developed exclusively for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. AM Collaborate brings the long requested ability to create and share collaborative playlists to Apple Music. Collaborative playlists have long been a staple of Spotify and now they are available on Apple Music. Create it, share it and add songs to build the perfect playlist.
“When Apple Music was released without this ability you can imagine the public’s disappointment,” explained Chris Chervenak, co-owner of Unimitated, LLC. “We focused our energy into building a quick and easy way to add group playlists back to Apple Music. No logins, no new account, just download and start building amazing playlists with friends. Create it, share it, and add to it, couldn’t be easier!”
There is nothing better than working with friends to build the perfect playlist. Whether its for a BBQ or a road trip, the group playlist is one of the best things in music. You don’t need to tell the other person to download the app. Just make a playlist and share it with them. They will be prompted automatically to download it. It’s is completely hassle free. Enjoy fantastic group playlists absolutely free using AM Collaborate.
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 10.2 or later
* Active Apple Music account
* 19.0 MB
Pricing and Availability:
AM Collaborate 1.0 is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Music category. For more information, please contact Chris Chervenak.
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