A brand new music app called Vertigo lets people become a radio host for their own friends.
The new app caters to the music community by creating a new social experience. Departs from the principle, ‘Share life through music’, Vertigo aims to bridge people with mutual music taste and interests them with its unique style of tech-sharing.
With $10 million as total funding, the app clearly has proven its potential to investors. The Co-founder, Chairman and CEO of Vertigo Media, Greg Leekley says, much of the potential lies in Generation Z and millennials.
Let’s watch the introduction video of the app, here:
Leekley explains the platform as,
Almost as well as we remember certain smells, we’re able to reference moments in our lives through music. We’re able to recall what family vacation that was, or who we were with during a specific moment because of what we were listening to.
For such a universal language, its weird that listening to music feels segregating. Vertigo therefore isn’t inherently a standalone social platform, nor a music one by itself – it’s a bridge addressing the divides between listening to your favorite tracks and sharing the experience.
To use Vertigo, link your Apple Music or Spotify account to listen and share music with friends. The other features are also very amazing, such as adding a cover photo, video or live commentary to the music lists. Users can chat directly with their listeners and more, can discover and listen to what others are sharing live.
The evolution of listening to music gets more extrovert when we compare the whole thing to Walkman and stylish headphones. Yet at the end of the day, sharing is caring!