Without creating the same excitement as the Spotify retrospective, Apple Music releases (29) Replay this TuesdayIt will show streaming users the best songs, artists, albums and genres of 2022. Additionally, the charts will show the influence of the listeners.

Replay was redesigned in 2022 with expanded auditory insights and new functionality. Highlights are personalized and superfans can find out if they’re among their favorite artist or genre’s top 100 listeners.

🇧🇷When we first launched Replay, the feature instantly became a fan favorite on Apple Music.“And we really wanted to further enhance the experience and make it even more special, personal and unique for subscribers,” said Oliver Schusser, vice president of Apple Music and Beats.

Here’s how you can make your Apple Music Replay:

  1. Go to replay.music.apple.com and sign in with the same Apple ID used for Apple Music
  2. Play highlights or scroll down for more details
  3. The back view is designed for mobile, similar to Instagram stories. To switch between pages, just click the sides

If you’ve listened to enough music from the platform throughout the year, you can measure your eligibility with a dedicated progress bar on the same site. Also, if you are qualified, you can review stats.

Streaming platform users can: Check Replay by December 31st🇧🇷 Apple Music Retrospective is available in 39 languages ​​and in all countries where the service operates.

Apple ensures that Replay maintains the company’s standard data privacy during the experience. Insights are not shared, sold or used in marketing materials, and no other subscriber has access to the information.

Source: Tec Mundo

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