Here's how to find Apple Music reruns in 2022

It's that most enviable day of the year: Spotify Wrapped launches, and your entire social feeds are filled with people showing off their chaotic listening habits. When you are an Apple Music user, no one knows that you also listen to Renaissance music dozens of times 24 hours a day. In 2021, Apple Music released its own version of Spotify Wrapped. Deep within the native iPhone app is a feature called Replay, which lists your top 100 most-listened to songs this year, as well as your top artists. The best part? Your 2022 statistics will be available starting on November 29th.

While Apple Music's Replay won't bring the halo to your harmonizing habits like Spotify Wrapped does, you can take a stroll down memory lane through your playlists. You'll see the songs you listened to most in 2022, sorted by the number of times you listened to them. (Will Harry Styles' "As It Was" be among them? Only time will tell.) You'll also see how many hours of music you played last year and how many different artists you listened to. At the bottom of the page, you'll find Replay mixes dating back to 2015, when Apple Music launched.

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Finding your Apple Music Replay by clicking within the app is a bit tricky. The easiest way to get this feature is to visit the Replay website and log in with your iCloud account. You can do this on your laptop or iPhone, since your music can be synced between your devices. Once logged in, the playlist will automatically populate and you can scroll down the page to view other Apple Music statistics. To share your Apple Music Replay, you can screenshot the statistics you find most interesting or revealing and upload them to any social platform you want. Your replay is updated weekly so you can check your progress throughout the year - add it to your library so you can navigate to it by clicking "Playlist".

In your year in review, Spotify Wrapped still tops the list for level of detail. The streaming platform also tracks your podcast listening habits and shows how your listening to a specific artist compares to others. But Apple Music subscribers don't have to sit back and watch Spotify modestly brag about how much Hamilton they've listened to. With the return of Apple's classic wired headphones, there's no reason why we shouldn't have the flexibility to subscribe to Apple Music. They say a screenshot is worth a thousand words, so go ahead and share your Apple Music secrets for 2022.