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Apple Music Replay 2023: All You Need to Know

Apple Music Replay is a feature through which you get a recap of all the music you listened to in the previous year. You’ll get insights and analytics into the music you listen to.

You will receive a personally curated playlist, including your year’s top songs. The feature made its debut in 2019, three years after Spotify. Though Apple Music launched as a subscription service in 2015, it took four years to implement this feature.

It sounds familiar to Spotify’s Wrapped feature, but there’s one minor difference. Spotify Wrapped typically shows up at the end of the year, usually around December.

Update January 30: Apple Music users can now listen to their “Replay 2023” playlist. It is now available for active Apple Music subscribers via the Listen Now tab on iOS, iPadOS, and macOS in the Apple Music app. Alternatively, you can access it through Apple Music for the web. The playlist will update every Sunday with the newest order of your favourite music.

Apple Music Replay 2023

Apple Music Replay is a compilation of your previous year’s top artists, songs, and genres. After learning your listening habits in the past year, it creates a personalized playlist. This playlist is unique to you. You’ll get to see your top 100 tracks of the year.

This feature will soon be available for everyone with an Apple Music subscription. Apple hasn’t limited their streaming service to iPhones since Apple Music is a cross-platform app. You can download and use Apple Music on Android and Windows, too.

To calculate your top songs, playlists, and genres, Apple Music uses your listening history, the number of times you played an album, an artist, or a song, and the amount of time you spent listening to each.

You must look for the Replay tab in the Apple Music app to find your Replay for the previous year. It’s located in the Listen Now tab, where the Replay option will be visible if you scroll.

Replay for 2023 isn’t out yet, but long-time subscribers of Apple Music can still see their past Apple Music Replays in the app. If not, you can go to Apple’s official site, enter the necessary credentials, and get started.

Here, you will get an Audio/ Visual recap of everything you listened to throughout the year. It’s a year-end highlight reel. You have the option to share your personalized Apple Music Replay on social media directly.

Provided you’re a long-term subscriber of Apple Music and you still don’t see this feature, you might need to play more music.

If you only played a negligible amount of tracks in the year, Apple Music’s AI algorithms lack enough information to create a well-curated playlist with your top songs and favourite artists.

Suppose you use another music streaming platform and only occasionally use Apple Music. You might need to play more songs before the AI recognizes and tracks your listening habits.

Also, ensure that Listening History is turned on for this feature to work. You’ll find the option on the Apple Music Settings page.

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Release Prediction

  • Apple Music Replay 2023 will likely be released in February 2023.

Many people across Twitter and Reddit are excited about their yearly music insights and eagerly awaiting their annual Replay from Apple.

Spotify already launched its Wrapped feature in December. Avid music fans are impatiently waiting for Apple to do the same.

Several Apple Music subscribers wonder when their 2023 playlist will become visible. People want Apple to release it soon since we are already approaching the month of February 2023.

Several Reddit users pointed out that the feature took 6-8 weeks to make it to the app. So we must wait until early February or the middle of February to see it.

Apple didn’t give any official launch date for Replay 2023. Going by the 2022 Replay, we can expect it to be released soon. Meanwhile, you can check out the Replay from your previous years. If you’re a new or recent subscriber, you’ll have to wait before it shows up.


It cannot be stressed enough that listening to more songs and using the Apple Music app more is extremely important for the Replay feature to work. The only way for AI to understand you is to get more data from you.

You’ll have to listen to songs primarily on Apple Music to get more data and make your Replay the most comprehensive and unique. This is to ensure you’ll get a good and detailed overview of your listening habits in 2022.

Apple Music Replay is a great feature for learning more about your listening habits. Since it tells you your priorities, you will find your favorite songs and a list of artists you like. The Replay album is also going to be a thrilling nostalgia ride.

The benefits go two ways. When Spotify launched the Wrapped feature, people began sharing it on all media platforms. This meant free marketing for Spotify. People who don’t use the app are tempted to start using it, not to miss out on the Wrapped feature.

A similar story will follow with Apple Music. Once the Replay is out, people will share it on all media platforms. This will give the app more exposure and act as indirect but clever marketing material. Apple Music will see a rise in subscribers.

Apple Music has a great collection of songs with AI algorithms that are improving yearly. You can stream songs with Dolby Atmos (Surround Sound) in the High-Resolution, Lossless format. It’s affordable, too, and is worth it for music listeners.

Meanwhile, we’re actively tracking the 2023 Replay, and once we get an update, we will keep you informed.

About Sudhanshu

Sudhanshu, a tech writer at DealNTech, is a tech enthusiast who loves to experiment with the latest gadgets and software, especially mobile devices and operating systems. He shares his findings on mobile technology in informative and engaging articles. Email: [email protected]

One comment

  1. I was actually wondering when this playlist was going to come out, and I just found mine!! I. LOVE. THIS. FEATURE!!!!!
    Let’s see what my 2023 replay has up it’s sleave!!!!

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