On Monday, Apple added a new line called Come Together to its Apple Music streaming service for users who are opting for social alienation, isolation and blocking in the fight against the new virus,media reported. Come Together is understood to have recommended a number of playlists containing hundreds of hours of pop music, music videos and excerpts from Radio Beats 1.
Most of the playlists in this new collection are used to reflect different emotions and serve as a repository for specific types of songs based on listener preferences. Apple Music has also launched seven new playlists, ranging from low-fidelity rhythms to R and B and pop music, Engadget reported. New services include Isolation Icebreakers, Home-School-Strumentals, and Social Social Club
The Come Together playlist is currently available in the US and will be rolled out to other countries this week.