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23 Jan, 2024
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Apple has unveiled a new feature for Apple Music subscribers with the release of iOS 17.3, allowing users to create collaborative playlists.

This feature allows friends and family to create playlists together, inviting each other to add tracks. Users can react to specific songs using emojis, adding a fun and interactive element to the playlist-sharing experience.

The introduction of collaborative playlists follows a trend in the industry, with Spotify launching a similar feature called "Jam" a few months ago.

To engage in collaborative playlist creation, users simply click the new "Collaborate" button next to the download icon on the playlist screen, inviting others.

This update also includes the ability to contribute to car music sessions through SharePlay, allowing users to control music streaming in a car environment, and introduces the Stolen Device Protection feature to enhance security.

The collaborative playlists feature was originally planned for release with iOS 17, but was delayed until 2024.