Play Time allows you to view statistics about your music library. You can find out how long you've spent listening to songs, artists, albums, genres, or your entire library and then track that over time in the app.
Play Time has been built exclusively for iOS and offers many unique features:
* Interactive charts for viewing the top songs per artist, album or artist
* Weekly breakdown of what you've listened to
* Compare song ratings and release year with total listening time
* Easily share any statistic or chart from within the app
* View most common words in song titles
* Settings sync via iCloud
* 'Gravitational' ratings
Please note that Play Time, Over Time begins from when you first launch the app.
Remove crash logging and fix minor crashing bug
Ratings and Reviews
Good, almost great
Overall simple but very cool. Glad I bought it.
I'd like to be able to filter by year, so I can see who I listened to most in 2008 vs 2010 (for example). It only has views by album release year. Though that could be a limitation on the apple data and not the app?
Definitely worth $.99
This app is amazing. I use to use an app called music razor to keep track of my iTunes stats but after iOS 10 it didn't work with my phone anymore. When I found this app i was more than happy with what it does. It keeps track of play count and play time for each song/album/artist/genre. It also has total play count and total time for all songs. One cool thing is that it even has an option to receive weekly updates on your music listening habits, you can choose what day of the week and what time you want to receive them! This app exceeded my expectations and I would highly recommend it to any music stats junkie like myself.
The rating system
I would like to preface this by saying that this app is amazing, and I really do love the fact that someone made it, however, the recent listening ranking option should really be implemented to being custom as opposed to a preset option that is made for you. It also should not automatically be ranked by the length of listening but by the number of listens.
There is an option on the main page to be length vs times listened, so I don’t understand how it’s not an option for most recent at the very least.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.