Every year, music lovers highly anticipate the apple music Replay launch. This music Replay gives subscribers and music lovers the ability to see a review of what can be called their listening habits. Music users get to know their listening statistics, top artists, songs, albums, and many more.
In comparison to Apple music Replay’s rival, Spotify wrapped, Apple has improved and updated its features that will help music lovers have a great experience. Spotify wrapped is yet to be available, but Apple music Replay is already here.
The updates made to it are a plan to make it more unique and personal for every fan of the Apple music Replay experience, as it is one of the features on Apple that has slowly made its way since it was made available in 2019. This year it is greeted more enthusiastically than when it was first launched.
What’s the difference between Apple Music Replay and Spotify wrapped?
There are many, but the most distinctive one is that Apple music Replay is always available all year and it gets to be updated frequently. So because of that, you can see your listening statistics, top artists, and Songs for the whole year, throughout the year if you want to. But most subscribers prefer to view their statistics at the end of the year.
The redesigned Apple Music Replay
This is what Apple music Replay now has as its new features:
- If you are a Superfan, you can check if you are a top 100 listener of your favorite genre and artists.
- You can discover your top genres, albums, artists, songs, and more
- You can keep checking your music Replay to see if your listening patterns are evolving up until December 31st.
- All of your insights are optimized and you can share them with your friends and family on messaging platforms and any social media platforms.
- You get to have personalized highlight reels. The interface of Apple Music Replay now resembles that of Instagram or Snapchat stories.
How to get to Apple music Replay 2022 and see listening statistics
Well, one thing to know is that you can’t get your music Replay directly in the Apple music application. Apple has a way of complicating things and in this case, it has limited scope. What you have to do is first listen to a lot of music to qualify for gauge qualifications.
That will earn you a progress bar that is personalized on the website for Replay. After you have qualified, click on replay.music.apple.com then log in using your Apple ID, the same one you use for Apple music. However, you can see your replay playlists in the listen now section of your Apple music. Then you can start listening to music on the page, you can start viewing your statistics and sharing them.
Top chart insights
Year-end charts are here, featuring categories like top fitness songs, top 2022 songs, top Shazams and most read lyrics of the year. There are new additions like the rise of once-niche genres, upcoming artists, and non-English language songs.
The top song of 2022 is Justin Bieber and Kid LAROL’s Stay. The collaboration was released in the summer of 2021 and spent 51 days at the top of Daily Top 100: global. It never left the chart throughout the year and topped it in 69 countries and various regions across the world.
Out of 100 songs:
- Hip-hop had 32/100
- Pop had 23
- RnB/ soul had 11
- Latina had 8
- J/pop had 6
In the most read lyrics, Encanto’s “We don’t talk about Bruno” took the lead. The song is a Disney number for the animated movie Encanto. The lyrics chart has 29 out of 100 songs in other languages and it is among the most global charts.
The top fitness song goes to “Head and heart” by British DJ Joel Corry featuring MNEK. It topped the daily top 100 charts in 53 countries and in 12, where it was on the top 20 charts. The song made it to the top of Apple fitness+ songs and playlists.
“Cold Heart” by Dua Lips featuring Sir Elton John topped the Shazam chart. This was the first Sir Elton John’s song to top Shazam global charts and it was on top in the UK. It was also number one on 17 national charts which marked a first for both of the artists. while Un Verano Sin Ti by Bad bunny held the position of number one in the artist of the year for Apple music. Un Verano Sin Ti become a hit among the Latino after just four months of its release and it became one of the biggest Latin albums by lifetime streams of all time.
Some of the top songs in the Shazam global charts were:
- Glass Animals “Heat waves”
- Harry styles “As it
- Farruko “ Pepas”
- Acraze featuring Cherish’s ” Do it to it”
It has become a culture of music lovers to eagerly wait for their insights and see how many hours they’ve listened to their songs. These changes have shown that Apple music Replay might be taking a lead against Spotify wrapped, even though the latter hasn’t been released yet.
Apple Music Replay and privacy
Apple Music Replay insists on maintaining standard privacy throughout the experience, even with its emphasis on data. The statistics of your listenership and your insights are yours to do with. Apple does not have the right to sell, share, or used in any way as a marketing strategy. Apple or its employees, or even other subscribers cannot access any other insights apart from theirs.
Apple Music Replay 2022 has been redesigned and made to appeal to its users, just like Spotify wrapped does. Apple Music Replay joined Spotify in the tradition of showing statistics and all that has been explained above. If you are not satisfied with your music Replay, you’ll only need to wait until the new year 2023 to get a different look and design to it.
Apple Music Replay is in 39 languages and it is available in 169 countries and regions across the world.