On Thursday, Apple officially launched the Maroon Five app for iOS, a curated collection of apps for sharing photos and videos.
It also launched a new iPhone app, Sugar Mama, which has been available on the iPhone since April.
Apple said that Sugar Mama will allow users to add a video or photo to an album, create an album and share photos and video directly from the app, as well as send them to friends, as seen in this image shared by a user on Thursday.
The app is free to download and is designed to complement existing iPhone content, the company said.
Sugar Mama has two functions: adding a video to an existing album, and creating an album.
The app allows users to upload photos and other content to their Sugar Mama album, which can then be shared by other users with a simple tap of the Share button.
Somewhat surprisingly, Sugar Momma also allows users in the same household to view their photos, as shown in this screenshot shared by one user on Friday.
The video uploaded by one person to the Sugar Mama account was uploaded to an Instagram account that was already in use by one of the members.
The Maroon five have been using the app since April, and have uploaded more than 700 videos to the app.
The apps were originally released for Android in March 2016, but Apple had to release the apps to the iPhone in 2017 because of the limited availability of the iPhone.
Apple’s Sugar Mommas also allow users in a room to send their own photos, videos, and other files to each other.
A video uploaded to a Maroon5 account was recently shared by Maroon, and a photo of a Maroons sister sharing a photo with a fan on Instagram was recently added to a user’s Maroon Mama account.
Apple has not yet announced an official price for Sugar Mama.