Over the weekend, Apple Music quietly launched a new feature to their service called Daily Top 100. A series of playlists of the top 100 songs that have been streamed on Apple Music. Perhaps best of all, it is available for all members now.
Daily Top 100
While Apple Music has always had Top Charts which revealed top songs, albums, and playlists, this new feature takes it one step further. There are 116 Daily Top 100 playlists to choose from, one for each country Apple Music is available in. And yes, there is a Top 100 Australia playlist.
Each of these playlists can be added to your Apple Music Library and downloaded for offline listening. Or can simply be streamed on the go. Either way, each one of these playlists is automatically updated at 5 pm AEST based on current Apple Music streams.
All 116 playlists, one in which is a Global playlist, can be viewed by navigating to ‘Top Charts’ within the ‘Browse’ tab within Apple Music. It is also possible to ask Siri, Apple’s voice assistant by simply saying “Hey Siri, play top 100 Australia”.
Apple Music is available on iOS (iPhone, iPad), Apple Watch, Apple TV, HomePod, Mac/PC, and on Android. Apple is currently offering a free 3-month trial for all new members, you can learn more about that offer here.