March 24, 2023

Facebook Launches Tuned App For Couples To Share Music

Facebook has launched a new app called “Tuned” which is designed especially for couples. As of now, this new app is only available for Apple users. On this platform, the couples can share music, notes, stickers, and much more.

Facebook rolls out Tuned, an app designed for couples.

Facebook Launches Tuned App For Couples To Share Music
Facebook Launches Tuned App For Couples To Share Music

Facebook has launched an app called Tuned, which is designed for couples. From the Tuned app, couples can use the virtual space with each other so they can share their mood, share music and create a digital scrapbook. It can be a space for lovebirds who want to share stuff on the app.

A team New Product Experimentation (NPE) created Tuned app said, 

“A private space where you and your significant other can just be yourselves. With Tuned, you can be as mushy, quirky, and silly as you are together in person, even when you’re apart. Creatively express your love, share your mood, exchange music, and build a digital scrapbook of your special moments.”

To Sign in to the Tuned app, you don’t need to have a Facebook account. The app is dedicated to people who are in a relationship. Currently, the app is available on Apple App Store and is available in Canada and the United States.

The users can share music as they can sync the app to Spotify. Apart from sharing music, they can also exchange notes, photos, cards and voice memos with stickers. The data which users will enter for the app can be used for ad targeting. The tuned app will follow the data rules of Facebook.

NPE( New Product Experimentation) team was launched in July 2019. The team NPE on its Facebook page said,

“NPE Team apps will be aligned with Facebook’s mission of giving people the power to build community but will focus on shipping entirely new experiences. We decided to use this separate brand name to help set the appropriate expectations with users that NPE Team apps will change very rapidly and will be shut down if we learn that they’re not useful to people.”

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