Apple Music gives users access to a variety of music content across different genres. In 2022, the company debuted the Highlight Reel and some other features as an effort to update the Apple Music Replay experience. Recently, the Cupertino-based tech firm Apple has introduced a new experience for Apple Music. With the launch of Apple Music Replay for 2023, users will be able to view their favorite musicians, tracks, albums, playlists, genres, and stations of the year.
According to the information, a custom Highlight Reel can be found at the top of the Replay webpage. The reel contains information and insights about the listening experience. Based on a user’s listening history, it consists of several social media-style animated cards that feature musical highlights from last year. For each card, the relevant music plays in the background. The highlight reel can be accessed on desktop browsers. More specifically, it appears to be designed for smartphones.
Users can scroll down after the highlight reel to view featured sections that offer more detailed analyses of their favorite albums and playlists from the previous year. At the bottom of the page, users can add their Apple Music Replay 2023 collection to the Music app. In the highlight reel, a dark color palette and new animations are some of the changes made to the Apple Music Replay experience for 2023. In addition to this, users can also view milestones on iOS. For the first time, users will be able to share the Highlights on social media platforms.
Apple’s response to Spotify Wrapped is referred to as Apple Music Replay, yet it is still only available through web browsers. Once a song is added through the Replay webpage, the Music app itself can only display and play a basic playlist of your most-played songs from the year.
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