With the arrival of the end of the year, streaming platforms began to prepare the famous retrospectives. This Tuesday (29), the Apple Music released lists of the year’s most listened artists, songs, styles and the like to users. The resource, on the other hand, is still behind the alternative offered by Spotify🇧🇷
The platform retrospective is called Apple Music Replay and is now presented in stories format, like on Spotify. Through it, users view an overview of the most listened to songs throughout 2022.
Right off the bat, when you click on “Play highlights”, the service shows the titles that have been most played since January, in addition to the accumulated minutes of songs listened to.
After the opening of the wings, comes the most heard artist. The selection is revealed along with an estimated minutes played, just like in the previous section. Then, the tool shows the main genders of the user’s profile
The platform also reveals a ranking of artists on the rise. And, of course, all of this is presented with the most listened to music in the background.
To access your retrospective, just go to replay.music.apple.com🇧🇷
please note that Apple’s service is also available via the web🇧🇷
Apple Music tries, but Spotify still takes the lead
The new version of Replay brought Apple Music closer to Spotify🇧🇷 After all, as much as it is nice to know what you are listening to throughout the year, this is not the main use of this data. And the explanation is simple and clear: whenever the year ends, Instagram Stories only show music retrospectives.
In fact, Apple has given the feature a good push, making it more like social media. On the other hand, Spotify Wrapped not only does that, it always offers something interactive. In addition, the rival streaming platform gives more options for content to share.
Wrapped also makes a playlist with the main songs of the year, something that I haven’t found until today in my Apple Music.
O Spotify will still release its 2022 retrospective.