With Apple Music Replay, you can relive the music that defined your year. Get insights in to your most played artists and albums. Don't see Replay? You might need to play more music. As soon as you've played enough music, check back to see your Replay Mix. Apple Music Replay uses your Apple Music listening history to calculate your top songs, albums, and artists throughout the year. Apple Music Replay also uses a variety of other factors to determine the music that you've played this year such as:. See the top songs that you listened to this year in one playlist that's updated weekly.
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In the Music app , browse new and noteworthy music, music videos, playlists, and more. Explore featured music: Swipe through featured songs and videos at the top of the Browse screen. Browse playlists created by music experts: Tap one of the many playlists created by music experts. Listen to the top songs from around the world: Tap one of the Daily Top playlists. Play music that matches your mood: Tap a mood, such as Feel Good, Romance, or Party, then tap a playlist. Swipe left to see more songs, or tap See All. Browse your favorite genres: Tap Genres, choose a genre, then tap a featured playlist, song, album, artist, radio station, or music video to enjoy music handpicked by music experts. Tap All Genres at the top of the screen to see the top songs and music videos in a genre you choose. Watch music videos: Tap Music Videos, then tap a featured music video or playlist of music videos.
If you can't find or play a song
From now on, new songs and other items you import are stored in the new location. Depending on how you imported items into Music, some items in your library might be stored in different locations for example, in another folder or on another storage device. You can consolidate all the files in your library in the Music folder—for example, to make it easier to move your library to a new computer. The original file remains in its current location. You can change this setting so that files are added to your library without being added to the Music folder. You might want to do this, for example, if you prefer to store files on an external disk but still want to view them in Music. Tip: You can temporarily reverse this setting by holding down the Option key while you drag files to the Music window.
The Apple Music app is your one place to manage and listen to your music library. And if you subscribe to Apple Music, you can stream millions of songs, discover new music to add to your collection, and access your music library on your other devices. Library is where you can find all of the music that you've imported, purchased from the iTunes Store, added from Apple Music, and your playlists. And your library is organized by category so you can view your music by artists, albums, or songs. If you subscribe to Apple Music, you can also turn on Sync Library to access your music library across all of your devices. You can also see a summary of your Top Picks, including your favorites, music recommendations based on what you listen to, and more. And as you play music, Apple Music learns what you love and organizes suggestions for music you might like in Listen Now. If you subscribe to Apple Music, you can discover new releases.