Apple Music Replay is a new feature that automatically collects into one playlist the songs you listened to the most this year.
It’s also available for previous years, for when you want a bit of nostalgia.
Look back over 2019 with Apple Music Replay
If this seems familiar, third-party software developers have brought this feature to Apple Music users before, but this is the first time Apple made its own.
The feature is intended to take on rival Spotify’s Wrapped feature, according to TechCrunch.
The difference is that Apple keeps updating its lists; it’s just one static end-of-year offering. As you keep listening to new songs for the rest of the year, your Replay playlist will change. And you won‘t have to wait until the end of next year to see your 2020 list.
And not just for 2019
A Replay playlist is just like any other: it can be shared, or downloaded for offline play.
Every current Apple Music subscriber gets one for 2019, and there’s also retrospective lists for every year someone has been a subscriber to this streaming service.
Apple Music Replay is available now on the web, as well as Mac, iOS and iPadOS.