Apple Music’s ‘Come Together’ collection aims to ease the social alienation of subscribers

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Apple Music is Cupertino’s streaming music subscription service. Today is one of the main rivals of Spotify , a platform of Swedish origin that has been with us since 2008. In June 2019 it was confirmed that Apple’s proposition had 60 million subscribers, and as in this one, unlike Spotify, there is no free mode, all users pay for it.

Apple Music’s ‘Come Together’ collection aims to ease the social alienation of subscribers
Apple Music’s ‘Come Together’ collection aims to ease the social alienation of subscribers

In the last weeks we have seen how Apple has introduced several new features to the platform . Last month it added the “Other versions” function to improve the search for alternative album versions. A few days ago it included the possibility to receive notifications with information on recent releases by our favourite artists. And also the custom list ‘Cheer up! . Now a new collection arrives: ‘Come Together’ .

The aim of the collection ‘Come Together’ is to make the confinement that is happening in many countries of the world more enjoyable and to alleviate social alienation. It contains playlists with music, music videos and radio programmes. They are all sections to encourage us and with different approaches : training at home, relaxing, focusing on work or having fun with the family.

The collection has been produced by the Apple Music editorial team with the aim of providing comfort and distraction as far as possible while this situation continues:

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At the moment, the ‘Come Together’ collection is only available in the United States, but will reach more countries during the week . If you want to know if it’s already available in your country, just go to the Music app and look under the “Explore” tab.

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