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So far I’m enjoying the app and like to see the statistics of my music but some features will just crash the app like Summer 2019. Every time I try to access it it just crashes. Also, I’m not a huge complainer about the price being $1 but I’ve seen apps that do the same thing, work better, and they’re free. If some categories worked I wouldn’t be as salty but for a paid app that’s been out awhile now with not that many features you’d imagine for at least everything to work right throughout the gate.
I had posted a 1-star review because the app did not even work. However, they did produce an update that fixed whatever bug was causing the problem. Now that it does work, I’m still pretty disappointed that I spent money on this. It provides only very general information. It would be nice if I could give it parameters and find out, say, my top albums for a specific time period, or things like that. But it doesn’t.
I got really excited when the update came out saying the loading screen was fixed.. So I updated the app and opened it, which was really promising, actually. It looked as though it would work and then it even gave me the option to allow access to Apple Music, which it had never done before! Still hopeful, it went into the dreaded ‘One Moment Please’ screen, which has not moved in the last 20 minutes :( I’ve even reinstalled the app twice, same issue every time. I’m not super upset because it’s only $0.99, but I’m really sad that I can’t see my stats.
The last version at least let me open the app - this one is hung on a loading screen and closes the app after a few seconds.
The app is useless and the developers don't really care don't use this.
Developed by the iInnovate.
Apple Music Stats has 10 user reviews.
Apple Music Stats has an average rating of 2.5.
The latest version of Apple Music Stats (1.1) was released on Dec 10, 2019.
You can download Apple Music Stats here:.
Meet Apple Music Stats, a beautiful way to view your all-time Apple Music listening stats.
(we do not collect any data from you whatsoever, only you can see your
Highlights of Stats:
• Total hours spent listening to music
• Your Top 100 Artists
• Your Top 100 Albums
• Your Top 100 Songs
• A trip down "Memory Lane"
• Instantly create a playlist of your top songs of the summer
In "Top 100 Artists" you can see...
• how many times you've played the artist
• the first song you ever played from that artist
• the date you added that artist to your library
• every album released by the artist
In "Top 100 Albums" & "Top 100 Songs" you can see how many times you've played an album/song and actually play the songs right inside Stats.
Under Memory Lane you can see...
• Summer 2019: your top songs of the summer
• Flashback: listen to all the music you've ever added that day
• At a Glance: get an overview (by the month) of everything you've added to your library
DISCLAIMER: This is for Apple Music subscribers and iTunes users only. The app will be empty if you have no listening data.
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