Spotify Wrapped 2021 is Here to Take Over Your Social Media

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Spotify Wrapped 2021 is Here to Take Over Your Social Media. Spotify has been said to release its eagerly anticipated Wrapped experience which reveals the most listened to artists and albums for (most of) 2021.

Spotify Wrapped 2021 is Here to Take Over Your Social Media

This year, it’s adding even more social media-friendly features that help you share your favorite music with a customized movie, aura, or playing cards.

The verge said in a recent article, that naturally, you can share Spotify’s auto-created images on your timeline and, for the first time, directly to TikTok. It’s sure to spark discussions with friends and provide valuable marketing for Spotify that competitors like Apple and YouTube can’t seem to match.

Spotify Wrapped 2021 is Here to Take Over Your Social Media

Here’s how to find your Spotify 2021 Wrapped experience. To get all of the interactive features, you’ll need to open the Spotify mobile app it’s not available on the desktop or web version.

If you’re on an iPhone or Android device, just click this link and it should open the correct page inside the app. If you’re not seeing it yet, try refreshing the app.

Some Added Features on Spotify

If you don’t have Spotify or aren’t seeing it yet, these are some of the new features it’s added in 2021 to promote sharing:

the above are some of the newly added features.

Wrapped Cards are Directly Shareable

Other than TikTok, Wrapped cards are directly shareable to Snapchat, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

So what about people who don’t use Spotify? Apple Music users like me can’t enjoy Spotify Wrapped, but we have access to Apple Music Replay which includes a compilation of a user’s most played songs and lists most listened to artists and albums, plus an option to listen to playlists dating back to 2015. Of course, if you’re seeking your own unique version of today’s Wrapped interactive experience, then 2021 is just another year reminding you of what you’re missing.

Other music streaming services like YouTube Music and Tidal have released their own versions to commemorate a user’s listening history.

9to5Google points out that some YouTube Music subscribers have spotted a 2021 Recap that includes playlists and stats.

Tidal released it was my 2020 Rewind feature last year on December 1st but has yet to release an updated 2021 version. As far as other streaming services, they might be waiting until the end of December to take a look back on the past year.

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