Users are excited to be able to use Spotify Pie and not wait until the end of the year for Spotify Wrapped, but is there one for Apple Music?
Everyone is excited about Spotify’s pie chart, but can Apple Music do users get one too? On Spotify, users can generate a pie chart that analyzes the type of genres the person has listened to in the past month and what they listen to the most. Each artist is categorized into different genres. Additionally, the tool generates a list of artists the user has listened to. Users can then take a screenshot of the graph, legend, and list to share on social media sites.
This app created by a UCLA student is exciting because it means users don’t have to wait until the end of the year to share the music they listen to. Every year, Spotify offers a Wrapped feature allowing users to see the 100 songs they’ve listened to the most throughout the year and share them with their followers on social media. Spotify has added several new elements to this feature over the years. For example, it gave podcasts more reviews in 2020 and introduced quizzes to test users’ knowledge of the music they listen to.
Unfortunately, the Spotify Pie Chart app does not work with Apple Music and no one has created a tool for this specific app. The only way for users to see their best music is through the “Top 25 Most Played” playlist. This is a collection of music that users have listened to the most throughout their time on the app, not just by month or year. Another downside is that users cannot share it on social media.
It’s a shame Apple Music doesn’t have something similar
It’s a bummer for Apple Music users who would love to have the same kind of fun features to share with their followers. Apple has a tool similar to Spotify Wrapped called Apple Music Replay, but it doesn’t have as many features. It is also not shareable like Spotify Wrapped. Instead, it gives a playlist of the 100 songs a user has listened to the most, along with a list of artists. Unfortunately, it was not designed for social networks.
These days, if something isn’t shared on social media, it didn’t happen. In addition, companies interact more with their customers on social networks. So fun and shareable content like this gets devoured by users. One might wonder why people stick with Apple Music when they could have more fun features on Spotify. It is also the most used music streaming platform. Some Apple Music users might not care so much about social media. The app is also the only place fans can watch the film from Taylor Swift’s 1989 tour. So Swifties will want a subscription to relive that concert over and over again. Apple Music is also connected to users’ Apple ID, so it can be just convenient to use this service. And some people are all about Apple products, so they might be more likely to use Apple Music on Spotify.
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Source: Spotify Pie
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