Twitter announced that its rules will now ban racist hate speech that “dehumanizes based on race, ethnicity, and national origin” — prompting many to…
This decade is nearly over. Some of us will be thankful for that, and some will miss it dearly. But either way, there’s a good chance you’ll be listening to music while welcoming 2020.
Apple on Thursday made this a lot easier and more meaningful.
The Cupertino firm debuted Apple Music Replay, portal that houses personalised playlists from the track you’ve loved this past year, and each year you’ve been a subscriber.
These songs, as Apple explains, will let users “relive the highs, lows and in-betweens of 2019 with the songs, artists, and albums that soundtracked” the past year.
“You can also save these to your library and share them with your friends. Apple Music Replay was built to celebrate your favourite music from our growing catalogue of over 60-million songs,” it added in a press release.
If you’re an Apple Music subscriber, head over to the portal here to listen to the sounds of 2019 all over again. Replay is also available on the Apple Music app on MacOS and iOS.
The news of Replay comes after Apple Music beta was made available on web browsers in September.
Feature image: Apple