In the face of increasing competition from streaming music services, Apple Music has accelerated in the past few months, after the development of 50 million users, the launch of the music publishing department and the hosting of multiple exclusive concerts and documentaries on content, Apple Music Services are working hard to open up a key area to support the product, and that is data.
On Friday, Apple added a new music leaderboard for Apple Music, including Top 100 in 116 countries and the top 100 song list in the world, allowing subscribers to view the most popular songs of the day and discover new songs in it. .
The new list unit is under the "Browse" tab and looks like a playlist or album. Prior to this, only a select number of songs, playlists, albums, and videos were watched here, and now Apple will update the list at 12:00 Pacific time every day, and summarize the world's most popular songs for users to listen to.
Such a list is not only for the way users listen to music, but for Apple itself, it will also get the market effects and data of various music streams in a timely manner, as the entire music industry tends to be more and more streaming services. Instead of buying tracks or albums, figuring out the consumer's listening habits and patterns becomes the data goal of major music platforms, and Apple Music seems to be making more adjustments in these areas.