Apple Music's new Replay feature shows your most listened to songs, albums and artists

What you need to know

  • Apple has launched a new feature for Apple Music called Replay
  • It tracks your most listened to songs throughout the year and compiles them into a playlist.
  • The service updates your playlist each week.

Apple Music has launched a brand new feature called Replay, which compiles your most listened to songs of the year into a playlist.

As reported by The Verge, Apple Music Replay shows users how much they listen to certain songs and albums on Apple Music, in a manner similar to Spotify's 'Wrapped.'

You can access the feature on the Apple Music Web Player, once you arrive simply select 'Get your Replay Mix' and it will generate a playlist featuring your most played songs of 2019. Not only that, you'll also get to see a breakdown of your favorite artists and how often you listen to them. There's also a breakdown of your top 10 favorite albums and how often you listen to those as well. Finally, Apple will generate songs for your most played songs for previous years as well, in case you want to take a trip down memory lane.

Apple Music Replay

Apple Music Replay (Image credit: Screenshot: Apple)

Apple Music Replay will be available all year round, and all of your data will be updated every Sunday!

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