Every year on Dec. 1, Spotify users are impatient to share their top artists and songs of the year through their Spotify Wrapped. But it is a new feature developed by a college student authorizes users to grasp a pie chart of their latest music demand.
UCLA student Darren Huang created Spotify Pie Chart. It does not allow users to necessarily see their Spotify Wrapped at any given point. Since the site was developed earlier this week. Several social media such as Twitter and Instagram users have shared their results.
Receiptify is another option that allows both Spotify and Apple Music users to see their top songs from the past month. The results are shown in receipt form, similar to a grocery store.
Recently, Spotify developed a new feature that added lyrics to all songs. Users can see the lyrics by swiping up from the song currently playing. Except for this, some songs have real-time lyrics for users to follow.
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How to see your Spotify Pie Chart
You can see your Spotify Pie Chart with the help of a third-party app by clicking on the website, on your phone, or desktop. On the website, you will be needed to sign in to your Spotify account. And allow the app to have access to your listening history. Once allowed, your Spotify Pie Chart will be opened, which you can take a screenshot of to share with friends or on social media.
The chart is divided by music genre, with genres listed with their corresponding colour. If you click on a genre on the chart, you will see what artists are part of sang genre. Social media users have shared some of their favourite and confusing music genres, including “post-teen pop,” “Ohio hip-hop” and “New England emo.”
Below the chart will also be a list of your top artists. It will be with your top artists in bold and bigger font, and the following artists’ names in smaller font. So if you’re one of the millions who binged season 4 of “Strange things” don’t turn upside down if you see Kate Bush there, thanks to the resurgence of hit 1985 “ Running up those hills”.