What you need to know
- The 'Replay 2022' playlist is now available for Apple Music listeners.
- The playlist will be updated each and every week through 2022.
- Apple Music users can add the playlist to their library for easier listening.
Users of Apple Music can now listen to their 'Replay 2022' playlist via the Music app on iPhone, iPad, and Mac. There's also a web interface for those using Windows PCs, too.
'Replay 2022' playlist will update each and every week to display the songs that you listen to most throughout the year. By the time December rolls around you should have a comprehensive collection of your most popular songs, ready to be enjoyed all over again. Music fans will also be able to see more details like the number of times they've listened to a song and the total hours listened by visiting the Apple Music web player, too.
Apple Music users can find their 'Replay 2022' playlist by heading into the Listen Now tab and scrolling right to the very bottom. You'll find the fledgling 2022 playlist right beside previous playlists if you're a long-time Apple Music users. Playlists can then be added to the Music library for easier playback at a later date.
Apple Music is perhaps the best iPhone, iPad, and Mac music streaming service thanks to its tight integration with all platforms but the presence of a web-based player is also huge for people who want to listen to music at work, for example.
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