Facebook’s NPE Team quietly released another iOS application that sets out to create social networks for two—specifically, couples.
The company had not responded to a request for comment at the time of this post.
Tuned was described on its iTunes App Store listing as, “A private space where you and your significant other can just be yourselves. With Tuned, you can be as mushy, quirky and silly as you are together in person, even when you’re apart. Creatively express your love, share your mood, exchange music and build a digital scrapbook of your special moments.”
The social network’s NPE Team listed the following features for Tuned:
- Private, scrapbook-style feed between just the two of you.
- Connect your Spotify account to share songs and playlists.
- Set your mood and see how your partner is feeling.
- Send photo snapshots, notes, cards, voice memos and more to show you care.
- Express yourself with custom stickers and reactions.
The company also specified in the App Store listing that people must be 13 or older to use Tuned, which appears to be available solely in Canada and the U.S.
Tuned is the fifth app to be released by Facebook’s NPE Team (the NPE stands for New Product Experimentation).
Pinterest-influenced Hobbi debuted in February, following three apps that were released last November: Bump, a one-on-one anonymous chat app based on conversation topics and geared toward college students; Aux, also aimed at college students, described as a “DJ for Your School”: and meme-creation app Whale.