Spotify Stats: The Best Ways to Analyze Your Spotify Listening Data
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(Pocket-lint) – There are various tools you can use to get your Spotify stats and uncover a wealth of information about your Spotify listening habits.
If you’re like us, you’ve probably seen and loved the data that comes out of the music app every year with Spotify Wrapped, but there are other ways to get Spotify stats without having to wait for a specific period of time. ‘year.
If you want to analyze your listening habits, including who you listen to the most, what your most overlooked album is, or how many times you’ve listened to your favorite tracks, follow our guide.
Spotify stats from the official app
Naturally, Spotify itself is one of the easiest ways to access some of your recent listening data. You can use the official app to access your recent history with ease. To do this :
- Open the Spotify app and click on your profile icon at the top right of the app.
- In the menu, click on Profile
- Scroll down to see the top artists and tracks of the month.
This data is only visible to you, so it won’t be practical if you’re looking to share specific stats with others, but it’s a good way to easily find that earworm you can’t remember. by name.
Stats for Spotify
Stats for Spotify is an easy-to-use website that lets you see Spotify data at a glance. You can easily use it to check various things about your listening habits, including top tracks, top artists, top genres, and your most recently listened songs.
You can also adjust the data to show these items over different time periods. For example, you can display the best titles from the last four weeks, the last six months or all time.
It doesn’t create fancy graphs but it’s a quick way to analyze your Spotify data with just a few clicks.
It is important to note that the site is not associated with Spotify and you must first give it permission to access your data. You can, however, remove any such apps you have given access to by simply going to the “Apps” section of your Spotify account.
Spotify statistics on your phone
If you want to see Spotify data on your phone, that is also possible. Stats.fm is an application that you can download from the App Store or via Google Play.
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Like the other external apps on this list, you need to give Stats.fm access to your Spotify account to access the data, but once you do, you can see Spotify stats with just a swipe. eye, including your favorite tracks, artists and albums of all time, the last four weeks or the last six months.
By clicking on a specific item, you can also get more data. By clicking on a song, for example, you can see how it stacks up against your other streamed tracks, see other people who listen to it regularly, and even find out about the songs’ “audio characteristics.”
The app is also convenient, since you can scroll through the data and click to open the song, album or artist on Spotify itself. Some items are locked behind a paywall, but it’s only a small one-time payment to access all the data.
Is your streaming music bad?
If you don’t settle for boring graphics and prefer a little edginess with your Spotify stats, look no further than How Bad Is Your Streaming Music. This is an app that claims to be powered by AI and examines your listening habits before judging you in a fun way.
It’s silly and funny and worth checking out if you feel like a laugh.
Moodify is something different. If you really want to do something with your data, rather than just looking at charts, then this one is great because it takes the track you’re listening to and creates an entirely new playlist from it. -this.
Moodify says it uses AI to create these playlists and we have to say the results are pretty impressive. To access it, all you have to do is go to the site, log into Spotify, then listen to a track on Spotify itself and Moodify will recommend a playlist that you can then add to your account for it. listen whenever you want.
Compare your tastes with those of others
Spotify has lots of data about the type of songs you listen to. If music is a passion, you may have wondered if your friends have the same tastes as you. MusicTaste.Space is interesting because it allows you to compare your habits on Spotify with those of other users. This is ideal if you want to see if your listening habits overlap with those of a friend.
You’ll both need to log into Spotify through the account and share a link to access the data, but it’s a fun tool to do something different with standard Spotify stats.
Remove app access from Spotify
Most of these apps need access to your Spotify account to give you access to data. When you’re done, if you don’t want apps to continue accessing your account, you can easily remove the permissions.
- Go to the Spotify website and sign in.
- Access your account settings by clicking on your profile picture in the top right.
- Scroll down the page to “apps”.
- Then select “Remove Access” for anything you no longer want to use.
Written by Adrian Willings.