I am a devoted Apple Music user, and you will pry the service out of my cold, dead hands. Still, I’ve spent the past few Decembers incredibly jealous of the sea of Spotify rewinds that populated my friends’ social media profiles.
Sure, Apple has always had ways to see your most-played songs over given periods of time. But it hasn’t had anything nearly as comprehensive or interesting as what Spotify puts out — at least, until this year.
I wouldn’t go so far as to say that Replay, Apple Music’s answer to Spotify Wrapped, is quite the same as its time-honored competitor. Still, it shows you the basics — your top artists, your top songs, stuff like that.
Here’s how to get it up and running.
How to look up your Apple Music Replay
You can do this from the Apple Music iOS app (or, for that matter, from the Apple Music app on Android). To do that:
- Open the app and make sure you’re on the Listen Now tab.
- Scroll down until you see the Replay section. It should be about halfway down.
- Once you’re there, you can click that. You’ll be taken directly to your results on the website.
You can also go directly from your browser:
- Go to replay.music.apple.com.
- Once you’re there, you’ll be prompted to sign in with your Apple ID. Do all the shindiggery required to do that.
- And then wait. Assuming you’ve listened to enough music, your report will eventually pop up.
There is not currently a way to export and share the full report, though you can share your Replay playlist from the Listen Now section of the Apple Music app (as you would any other playlist); in addition, if you go to the end of your highlight reel on the site, you can share a summary image, including your top minutes, top album, and top song.
Update November 28th, 2023, 10:03AM ET: This article was originally published on November 29th, 2022, and has been updated to account for changes in Apple Music.