The Apple Music Replay 2021 playlist is now available to subscribers in both the app and the website. The playlist ranks the songs you listen to the most from 1 to 100. The Apple Music Replay 2021 playlist will automatically update every Sunday to Sunday based on the songs you listen to most often. Although the playlist is reminiscent of Spotify Wrapped, the functionality of Apple Music Replay 2021 is a little different. Apple also released its annual Apple Music Top 100 charts for 2020 in December.
The Apple Music Replay 2021 playlist, unique to each subscriber, is at the bottom Listen Now tab in the Apple Music app. Playlists can also be accessed through Apple Music for Web. The web version of Replay 2021 comes with additional pieces of data, including the most streamed artists and albums. You can also get detailed playback count information and hours spent listening to music if you access Apple Music Replay 2021 through the website.
Similar to last year’s Apple Replay playlist, the Apple Music Replay 2021 will be updated every Sunday. The order of the list will change depending on the music you listen to on Apple Music. As the year draws to a close, you’ll have an overall list of songs you listen to the most in 2021.
Apple Music Replay looks like Apple’s version of Spotify Wrapped. But the function of both playlists is quite different. Unlike Apple Replay 2021, Spotify Wrapped doesn’t track songs you’ve listened to all year long. It publishes only an annual analysis of your listening trends in December each year, along with elegant infographics that you can share with your followers on social media. Apple has yet to come out with a summary at the end of the year that Apple Music fans can share on their social networks.
In December 2020, Apple released the top 100 Apple Music top charts. Roddy Rich’s ‘The Box’ was ranked as the global best song of 2020. Listeners spent more than 246,000 hours watching the lyrics of the song, ranking it in terms of time spent.
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