You can now access your Apple Music “Replay” playlists.
Love them or loathe them, you can’t have missed the multitudes of Spotify Wrapped social media posts over the past couple days, as users share their year in music.
However, if you’re an Apple Music user feeling the FOMO, the “Replay” feature is your chance to share the 2020 playlist of your own.
Apple Music users can access their data, via the “Replay” feature, in a few ways. To simply access the playlist of your 100 most played songs, go to the “Listen Now” tab in the Apple Music app and scroll to the bottom of the page. Once there, you’ll see your Replay for 2020 and every year you’ve had Apple Music.
To access more of the details about what artists and albums you listened to the most, you’ll need to go to replay.music.apple.com (or music.apple.com/replay) in a browser. The page will ask you to sign-in with an Apple ID or use your thumbprint to log-in, if you’re not already signed-in.
This page will give you a breakdown of how many hours of music you’ve listened to, the number of different artists you’ve checked out, and how many albums you’ve played. At the top, Apple Music notes that the playlist is updated weekly.
Apple Replay sets itself apart from Spotify Wrapped because of its ability to update itself with user information at all times of the year. Users would not need to wait for December to use the Replay 2020 playlist feature to compile all the top songs based on listening records in Apple Music.