How to find your Apple Music Replay, a list of your favorite songs of the year so far that updates each week
Apple Music Replaygives you a playlist with the 100 songs you listened to most so far this year.
- Unlike Spotify Wrapped, Apple
MusicReplay updates every week to track your listening habits as the year goes on.
- You can only access Apple Music Replay in a web browser, but you can save the playlist to listen to in the app.
Every year, Spotify users go wild for Spotify Wrapped, the feature that shows you your favorite songs of the year. But Apple Music users don't have to wait a year, because Apple Music Replay updates every week.
Here's how to find your Apple Music Replay and save it as a playlist to your library.
How to find your Apple Music Replay and save it
Strangely, you can't initially access your Apple Music Replay through the Apple Music apps. Instead, you'll need to use a web browser.
Important: For your Replay to work, you'll also need to make sure that Use listening history is enabled on whatever device you use to listen to music. You can find this in your iPhone's Settings app, in the Apple Music Preferences menu on a Mac, or in the Apple Music Settings menu on an Android.
1. Head to the Apple Music Replay website. If you don't see anything, make sure you're logged in and have your ad blocker turned off.
2. Click Get Your Replay Mix.
4. Click + Add to save the current playlist to your library. It'll get saved exactly as it is now, so if it changes in the future, you'll need to re-add it.
5. If you head to the bottom of the page, you can find your Replay list from past years too.
Once you save your playlist, it'll appear in all your Apple Music apps, meaning that you can listen on your phone too.
Check back every week to see how your Replay list changes. It'll reset at the start of each new year.
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