YouTube Music have been doing recaps for a good while now.
They’ve been doing a recap each season this year, but my yearly recap just arrived, if you don’t see it go back some minutes later and it may get generated like it did for me.
Looks really nice.
Was a little bit “fail” when at the end I clicked on “listen to your playlist in Apple Music” and it threw an error up saying the content wasn’t authorised in your country, though…
I love Taylor Swift, but that is next level.
Assuming you sleep for 8 hours a day, that means of the 960 mins a day you’re awake, you have TaySway playing for 597 of them.
The lack of All Too Well from your most listened to is upsetting though.
My girls go to bed to 1989 every single night for ten plus hours.
My choice would be Evermore.
I can’t really say anything about Apple Music as I’ve not tried it, but I use Spotify and I quite like Spotify
Never would I ever.
I’ve just noticed that Apple Music Replay now updates weekly. So you can see your most played so far this year.
It’s right at the bottom of the app. Updates every Sunday, I think.
I noticed this last week, I dread to open it, whole family uses my Apple Music on HomePod so there is a wide range of music on it.
Interesting. I didn’t think I listened as much to my top album as I did, and vice versa for others
This is part of the reason I’m on Apple Music and the rest are on Spotify
Interesting that it appears to be for existing Apple Music subscribers rather than a separate service.
I’m a classical music fan nowadays and listen more than any other genre. Maybe it’s something that happens as you get older - I was a night club DJ in my twenties!
Meanwhile Spotify is going TikTok:
Call me old fashioned but I don’t see how giant tiles and moving bits will help me discover new music or find stuff I want to listen to. They should’ve just kept improving their algorithms, music apps already had a good enough established UI well suited for their purpose
See… I’m a bit upset that the Homepod natively use Apple Music and you can’t change it but I suppose that how they get ya, I would never move from Spotify to AM but now that I’ve had to, I’ve caught myself using it more and more.
I tend to agree. They (stories) work quite well on Insta, but less so anywhere else I feel.
Curious as to what the use case for this is. Looks like it just utilises the existing UI, and, presumably the same content.
I can’t see them removing the classic section from the main app.
Now, give me a neon pink dedicated app which plays only Def Leppard, REO Speedwagon, Boston, Van Halen and we’re talking.
“Hey Siri, play some music” is great.
This answers your question pretty well: The Mystery of Apple's New Music App - YouTube