PlayTally: Apple Music Stats 4+

Playback History & Song Trends

Mike Clay

    • $1.99
    • Offers In-App Purchases



With PlayTally you are no longer limited to yearly Replay recap; choose your own dates and see your top songs for any time period. And PlayTally lists are generated in real-time, so there’s no more waiting for weekly updates. Plus, you can easily mark tracks like white noise and sleep sounds to keep them out of your Trends list.

Sync PlayTally data across multiple devices through iCloud. Track additional Apple Music devices by syncing them together with iCloud Music Library. Go back in time to see what you were listening to on a given day, and create playlists from your history.

Earn badges as your listen more and grow your music collection. It’s like Activity awards for your ears!

Easily browse large libraries by sorting based on your listening habits. Get insights into your music collection with advanced statistics and charts of your listening habits over time. Share your most impressive stats with your friends and followers.

Works with your Apple Music automatically. No extra accounts, signups or subscriptions required.

Your data never leaves your device and/or iCloud storage and can be deleted at any time. PlayTally uses no third party analytics services and is completely ad-free. If you wish, you can also export and backup your data in CSV format.

PlayTally is fastest and most accurate when it scans the users music library regularly. Creating an automated Shortcut to open PlayTally daily or weekly is a GREAT way to ensure data does not backlog.

NOTE: Because PlayTally tracks its own data, it cannot reconstruct playback history from before it was installed.

What’s New

Version 1.3

This update includes substantial performance improvements – like, embarrassingly so – when handling large amounts of data (i.e. Lifetime stats) in the History and Trending tabs.


PlayTally is fastest and most accurate when it scans the users music library regularly:
- Creating an automated Shortcut to open PlayTally daily or weekly is a GREAT way to ensure data does not backlog. I STRONGLY recommend users implement this.
- Keeping Background Sync enabled allows more frequent scans without disrupting your flow.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
209 Ratings

209 Ratings

ummm ye ,

Loving the app but…

This app is nearly perfect for me but I find it slightly annoying that when viewing total hours listened for artists it only shows artists in your library. If you were able to add the statistics from your “trending” category to your “search” category this app would be perfect. Alternatively, if that is impossible, please make it possible to view the same information you can on the “search” category on the “trending” category so I am able to see which artist I had listened to the most. If you are able to do either of these, this would be an easy 5 star app! Still love the app regardless though, thanks for making it!

Edit: I realized that this is currently a feature, but, if possible, I believe that you should make it into a dropdown menu just like the “search” page so you can compare artists.
Sincerely, your valued customer

Lovesanimals4ever ,

Love the app but some bugs

I really like having the data for my library but there is a little bug. I have noticed that if you pause your library that song has plays with an asterisk next to it and adds to your totals and can skew the data. It also happens with a random song while I was playing other music

CleDave ,

Good not great.

I got this because I didn’t trust Apple’s Replay site to track my plays. This is better than Replay but it’s still flawed and doesn’t record all my plays; especially if you listen to the same songs several times over a short period of time. There will be songs I listen to 15-20 times and it will only show 4 listens or something like that. Occasionally I’ll get a pop up that says there’s a large number of plays that could be an accident and do I want to count them all or the most recent. I always select to count them all and the numbers are still not even close.

App Privacy

The developer, Mike Clay, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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