Apple Music Replay 24 debuts with fun new feature


Apple Music Replay 24 with new monthly archive
"See, I told you I loved that album. Here it is with 1 minute of listening in May, 2021!"
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Tuesday is the first day Apple Music users can see their Apple Music Replay 24 favorites so far for the new year — but that’s not all. There’s a fresh new feature to help you obsess over past listening.

Apple Music Replay now gives you monthly stats, including month-by-month lists of your top artists, albums and songs going back to through your history with Replay. So now you have even more proof of your listening habits (good or bad).

Apply Music Replay 24 now available, with stats by month as well as year

So if you’ve listened to enough music so far this year, you can check out all your favorites so far on Apple Music Replay 24, newly available on Tuesday. It adds an ongoing record of the new year’s listening to past years’ favorites. Read more about how to do it.

In addition, you can check out all of your listening patterns in a more detailed way than ever before. That’s because Replay now shows a monthly archive of your listening habits, complete with images, like artists and albums.

You can see what you were digging last month or some month a few years ago — down to the number of minutes per month for each artist. And those archival bits will remain for future viewing. You know, so someday you can prove you liked “bad” music to children who are already 100% convinced of it.

The catch is, you can only view the monthly stats and related images on the website — Just sign in with the Apple ID you use for Apple Music.

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