The Apple Music app, which debuted with iOS 9, has been a runaway success for the company.
The app, a music streaming service that allows users to stream their music directly to their iPhone, has become a major hit with both fans and music fans alike.
However, many users have noticed the app has a limited feature set, and there are many other popular iOS apps out there that offer similar features.
One such app, Sweetwater Music, was designed by a startup called Sweetwater.
The company is now accepting contributions to build an iPhone app for the Apple Music service.
If the Sweetwater app is successful, the company hopes to have it up and running by the end of the year.
The startup is already working on an iPhone-only version of the app, and the app currently has more than 30,000 downloads.
While the app itself is still in development, Sweetwaters CEO, Mark Kram, told Business Insider that he’s hoping to have the app available as early as January.
Sweetwater Music is already a great example of how an app can grow from a simple idea to a thriving business with a strong user base.
The music service has about 20,000 registered users, according to Sweetwater’s website, and about one-third of them are paying subscribers.
The Sweetwater music app allows users access to their music library, playlists, play times, and more.
The platform also offers free downloads for any of the streaming music services that it has a subscription to.
In a recent post on the Sweetwaters Facebook page, Kram wrote that the company wants to provide users with a great experience, but it doesn’t have a specific release date for the app.
He also said the app is still being built and that it’s possible that it could take “years” to get the app up and working.
I am a music fan and I’ve spent over $30k on my music.
I’ve used Sweetwater for years, and it’s not for the faint of heart.
It’s a great idea, but I’m not going to rush it.
It will take time.
If it’s the right app, it’s great, but in the meantime, I’m sticking with Spotify and Apple Music.
We can’t let this one go.
If you are a music lover, I would encourage you to give Sweetwater a shot, even if you don’t have the money to buy the app yourself.