Apple Music Replay is back — and it’s still mostly a web experience

Apple Music Replay has arrived. The year-end summary of your most-listened-to songs, artists, albums, and more is now available from Apple Music’s webpage — just days before Spotify is expected to drop its Wrapped stats.

While Apple launched Replay in 2019, it gave the feature a major update last year that makes it a lot more like Spotify Wrapped. But unlike Wrapped, which offers a set of super shareable charts, the stats presented in Apple Music Replay just aren’t as attractive to post online, and they’re not directly available within the Apple Music app. You can still get your 2023 Replay playlist in the Apple Music app, though.

Like last year, Apple Music Replay will show a fun highlight reel of all your favorite songs and artists of the year as well as how much time you spent listening to them. Apple Music Replay features a milestone tracker as well, which shows whether you’ve met certain targets when using the service, such as listening to 1,000 songs.

To view your Replay for this year, head to replay.music.apple.com and log in with your Apple ID. From there, you can see all your listening stats for the year. With Spotify Wrapped expected to launch in early December, Apple likely wanted to give Replay a head start before it gets drowned out by the Wrapped stats shared across Instagram and X (formerly Twitter).

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