FACEBOOK LAUNCHED ITS MUSIC-MAKING APP “Collab” IN THE U.S.
Apps Unveiled|December 2020
Facebook has publicly launched Collab, an experimental music-making app that first launched as an invite-only beta back in May. Available on the App Store as a free download for iPhone (iOS 13.0 or above) users in the U.S., Collab basically allows you to create short-form music videos by combining up to three independent videos. Whether you’re a professional musician, shower-singer, or just like tapping your feet to the beat, there’s a spot on Collab for you.

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Discover. Open the app to a feed of collabs, three videos stacked on top of one another that play in unison. Each video is a maximum of 15 seconds and plays on a loop.

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