The new feature allows users to see all the stats of their year in review for artists, songs and albums. Apple will even create a playlist for each year you’ve been a subscriber with all your top hits.
For all of those that have been jealous over the years of Spotify‘s Wrapped feature rounding up all the date for its users at the end of the year, it’s okay now.
Apple Music is now able to deliver all the statistics from what you were listening to when you were dumped. Or that time you wiped out on your bike and broke your leg. And especially that time you were working 80-hour weeks and only wanted to listen to My Chemical Romance.
Apple Music Replay will create a playlist of all your top 2019 songs which you can then share with your friends as well. If you’ve subscribed to Apple Music since before 2019, well you get a playlist and stats from then too.
Apple says that the analytics and data will update every Sunday so by early 2020, you can start keeping track of your listening habits for the new year as well.
Check out what the interface looks like below.
The link to start accessing Apple Music Replay is here. So, if you were frantically searching for a 3rd party app to compile all this data for you, do not fear. Apple Music is finally giving the people what they want.
How do you feel about Apple Music Replay? Tell us in the comments below and share your most listened to track of 2019.