Apple Music Replay, which recaps top songs, artists, albums, and genres for subscribers, has launched with a new design for 2022. Apple Music subscribers can now access their replay experience, which Apple says Replay now features “expanded listening insights and new functionality, including a completely personalized highlight reel.”
For years, Spotify’s Wrapped has always caught the attention when its subscribers share on social media, but Apple is hoping its redesigned Replay would make its subscribers happy. For reasons unknown, the full Replay insights will only be available on the web and not on the Apple Music app. This year’s Replay would also contain a chart displaying the top 100 listeners of artists and genres. Replays would be available until the 31st of December 2022.
To begin, visit replay.music.apple.com and sign in with your Apple Music ID. To be eligible for Replay, you must have listened to “enough music,” scroll down on the website to see detailed insights and stats. Replay insights can be shared on social media and messaging platforms. Apple says Replay is localized in 39 languages for all countries where Apple Music is available.
In a piece of related news, Apple Music has also released its year-end charts, highlighting 2022’s top songs, including the most Shazamed songs and most-read lyrics. Fans of the Kid LAROI and Justin Bieber will be excited to see the duo’s “STAY” emerge as the number one song of the year, while Elton John and Dua Lipa’s “Cold Heart (PNAU Remix)” emerged as the most Shazamed song of the year. It’s a big year for Bad Bunny, taking the award for Apple Music’s artist of the year 2022, while his Un Verano Sin Ti album also emerged as the biggest album of the year on Apple Music.