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Music-sharing apps are helping young users find friends during lockdowns. 

Feb 12 2021

Music-sharing apps are helping young users find friends during lockdowns. TikTok has boomed during quarantine, and been a haven for music-lovers to share their creativity. But some young music enthusiasts find the app “too imitating” and are instead turning to music-sharing apps that use listening data to connect people with similar musical tastes, giving matches common ground before they even start talking. Musicpals.io, which launched in December, is an anonymous messaging app that uses Spotify data to match users based on their most-played songs and so far has one million users—and has logged 4 million matches. Meanwhile, SameTunes, which launched last summer and has 10K users, collects data from Spotify and Apple Music to give users access to their top songs, artists, albums, and genres; “a year-round version of Spotify’s annual Wrapped personalized data roundup”. (MTV News)