Apple Music Replay 2022 is now accessible to all subscribers, 46 days into the new year. In 2022, you’ll be able to see how your listening experience has been so far on the Apple Music app.
Apple is bringing back the Apple Music Replay experience, as first observed by Twitter user Baby V.
This playlist displays each user’s top 100 most played songs, most listened to artists, and top ten albums of the year.
The Replay 2022 playlist can be found at the bottom of the “Listen to Now” menu in the Apple Music app.
Users can also enter replay.music.apple.com into their web browser. Unlike the playlist provided through the Apple Music app, the website provides more information about users’ listening habits.
For instance, I’ve listened to 153 hours of music so far, with Abba’s Keep An Eye On Dan being my most played song with 35 plays.
Not only that but this year I’ve listened to 272 different musicians, with ABBA topping the list with 18 hours of listening time.
Last but not least, with 145 listens, you can understand that Voyage by Abba is my most played record to date.
When compared to Spotify’s counterpart, Apple Music subscribers feel left behind every year.
Spotify fans have a more shared and engaging experience remembering their most-listened-to songs than Apple’s music streaming service competition.
Apple Music customers have long anticipated a change in Apple’s approach to the Apple Music Replay playlist, but it appears that nothing has changed as of yet.
We remain hopeful that the firm will address this issue in a future edition of the Music app, as it has been a long-standing concern.
How’s it going with your listening thus far? In the comments area below, share your favorite songs from the Apple Music Replay 2022 playlist.
— Baby V (@vespositoo_) February 15, 2022