Apple Music Replay is Apple’s biggest competitor to Spotify Wrapped, helping Apple Music subscribers to get complete access of details on their most listened to songs, albums, and artists of the year. Understanding how to find your Apple Music Replay 2020 year-in-review is explained further.
The major difference between Spotify Wrapped and Apple Music Replay is that the availability of Replay is updated around the whole year. This simply means that right from January of this year, the Replay 2020 has been accessible to the users. You will be getting a new Replay Playlist in2021, that will be blank for the sole purpose of filling it all over again with a fresh start.
How your Apple Music Replay 2020 stats can be found:
The fact that Apple Music Replay 2020 I cannot be accessed directly through the Apple Music application is probably its biggest disadvantage. Through the “Listen Now” tab, in the Apple Music, your Replay playlists can be viewed, although the complete access is not granted until you visit the Apple Music website for details.
By simply going to replay.music.apple.com in Safari on your device, your Apple Music Replay 2020 year-in-review can be found. The complete details of your listening habits throughout the year on your Apple Music will be showcased there.
A playlist of users top 100 songs of the year, top artists, and top albums along with total listening time for the year is presented by Apple Music Replay. Playlists from the year 2020 to 2015 can be added to your Apple Music Library.
When it comes to sharing on social media, Apple Music Replay isn’t as easy as Spotify Wrapped. By clicking in the upper-right corner, choosing Share, then choosing your preferred app, that is either Instagram or Snapchat through which a playlist directly from the Apple Music app can be shared.