Music has always been social, and the Vertigo app is working to provide a better social platform for listening compared to the products currently available. The app effectively lets users stream what they're listening to, giving friends the opportunity to simultaneously listen to the same songs and playlists.
Though services like Spotify and Soundcloud have social aspects, their main focus is on providing a wide variety of music and giving users the opportunity to discover new artists. Vertigo doesn't host any music on its own -- users have to connect their Spotify or Apple Music accounts in order to stream -- but its synchronized listening is a more engaging social experience compared to the platforms currently available.
Not only can users on the Vertigo app stream their songs, but it also provides a chat room for discussions with friends.
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