Apple Music doesn’t wait until December to curate your most-listened-to songs of the year. Rather, the music giant updates its personalized Replay playlist every week of the year. And now that enough of the new year has elapsed, Apple Music has launched Replay 2023 for subscribers.
Accessing your Replay playlist is as simple as launching the app, scrolling down to the Replay section, and tapping on the ’23 icon. In the same section, you’ll find past Replay playlists for years gone by. In my app, I have playlists of my top songs going all the way back to 2015. And although those years are set in stone, Apple Music will update the 2023 Replay playlist with the most played songs of the week.
Replay is just a playlist in the mobile and desktop apps. However, if you log into the Apple Music web interface, you can dig a little deeper than your most-listened tunes. You can see your top albums and artists of each year. Plus, you can browse statistics such as play counts and hours listened. Plus, if you were a subscriber to Apple Music in 2022, you can watch a highlight reel with sharable cards and stories, much like Spotify Wrapped.
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Source: XDA Developers