Apple doesn’t quite yet have a personalized yearly wrap-up for subscribers to Apple Music, but maybe that will change one day.
Until then, let’s turn to third-party fixes. TechCrunch has one such option called “Music Year in Review” from developer NoiseHub. It’s available in the iOS App Store right now as a free download, and it offers a nice, if not very simple, look back at the music you listened to through Apple’s subscription option over the last year. This is similar to Spotify’s own “Wrapped” option, but it’s not as in-depth as that competing platform’s annual breakdown.
After you install the app, you will need to enter your email address and then connect the app to Apple Music. Once you’ve got that done the app will look over the necessary metrics and data, and then put together a few different graphs. You will be able to see how much time you spent listening to your favorite artist, your overall favorites in genre, song(s), and artists, and finally your top five songs and artists.
You will be able to share all of that data as you see fit, so if you want to put it on blast on your various social media platforms what you’ve been listening to, and how much you’ve been listening to it via Apple Music, the app will help you do that.
It isn’t exactly barebones by any means, and for anyone who wants a quick and easy way to look back at their year in review when it comes to music, it’s certainly better than nothing — which is what Apple offers from its streaming service. You can find a link to the app below.
If you try it out, let us know what you think in the comments below.
- Music Year in Review — Free