Here's how you can access your Apple Music Replay 2022

By Kajoli Anand Puri | Published 30 Nov 2022 12:56 IST
HIGHLIGHTS
  • Apple’s Music Replay shows you everything you’ve listened to in the past year

  • Replay is meant to be an answer to Spotify’s Wrapped

  • You can access the data via the Apple Music iOS app itself, provided the app has been upgraded (and you do listen to a lot of music via the same).

Here's how you can access your Apple Music Replay 2022
Here's how you can access your Apple Music Replay 2022

With so many apps and alternatives in the market, the slightest upper hand in a set of features can shift customer loyalty (and thereby impact overall revenue). Spotify’s offering, Wrapped, has been lauded by Apple Music users for years now, with the former being a cool way for customers to see what they’ve listened to the most over the year. Now, Apple has its own version of the same service - Apple Music Replay. 

While the tech giant has always offered a means to have a look at your most-listened-to songs, the truth is that unless content is presented in an interesting manner, it remains unread and unacknowledged. Apple’s Replay aims to present the kind of information you see on Wrapped and Youtube’s yearly recaps in a palatable manner.

How to find the Apple Music Replay?

Apple Music Replay has already been rolled out, which means it is available on your device (if the app is upgraded). To find it, you must:

  • Open the Apple Music iOS app
  • Navigate to the Just Launched section by scrolling
  • Click the section to view your results

Some users are encountering errors when following the above steps, but luckily, there is an alternative set of steps you can try out. 

How to find the Apple Music Replay?

Apple Music Replay has already been rolled out, which means it is available on your device (if the app is upgraded). To find it, you must:

  • Open the Apple Music iOS app
  • Navigate to the Just Launched section by scrolling
  • Click the section to view your results

Some users are encountering errors when following the above steps, but luckily, there is an alternative set of steps you can try out. 

  • Open your browser
  • Type “replay.music.apple.com.”
  • Sign in with your Apple ID
  • The report will be displayed on the screen 

You can share your Replay playlist via the Listen Now section on the app. However, you cannot export the entire data set (as of now). 

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