How to See Your Spotify Stats in 9 Simple Ways

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Written By Will Fenton

Founder of MidderMusic. From numerous bands to stints working in music shops, read more about me on the 'Here's My Story' page!

It’s sometimes hard to explain what kind of music you like, especially if you’re listening to a variety of genres.

So wouldn’t it be fun to get a deeper analysis of your music taste?

Well, if you’re using Spotify, that can be easily done.

However, there are several ways to see your Spotify stats. 

So in today’s article, we’ll show you how to see your Spotify stats in eight different ways, so you can decide what works best for you.

1. Stats for Spotify on PC and Mac

Stats for Spotify on PC and Mac

One of the easiest ways to check your Spotify stats is by using the Spotify app on a web browser on your PC or Mac.

However, you should also be aware of the Spotify algorithm and the way the app calculates your top tracks. 

For example, the most important factor is how often you’ve listened to a certain song – from beginning to end.

So, it’s crucial that you listen to a song completely, and if you do it often, it will be high up on your list. 

Also, if you’re listening to the songs offline or in a private mode, that doesn’t count. 

But if you want to check your Spotify stats nevertheless, you can do it by following these steps:

1.  Log into your Spotify PC or Mac application / Open Spotify’s web player.

2. Find “Top Artists this month” at the top section of the page and scroll down to locate “Top tracks this month.”

3. Select “See All” to see detailed information about the top tracks and artists on your Spotify profile for the current month.

And that’s it. By accessing your Spotify stats in this way, you should be able to get an idea of what your listening habits are – at least if you’re using the app a lot. 

2. Stats for Spotify on Mobile

Stats for Spotify on Mobile

Another way of checking your Spotify stats is by accessing the app on your mobile.

This works pretty much the same as checking it on your PC desktop.

The following steps will take you there:

1. Log in and choose “Your Library.”

2. Select “Artists, Albums, Podcasts & Shows.”

Once you do this, you’ll be able to see your recent artists and playlists.

However, the Spotify mobile app has its limits, and it can show you only the most recently listened to playlists and artists.

Therefore, this is probably not the most convenient way to check your Spotify stats, since the app doesn’t allow you to take a look at the bigger picture.

3. Spotify Wrapped 

Spotify Wrapped 

The most elegant way to check your Spotify stats is probably Spotify Wrapped.

However, you’ll have to wait until the end of the year for that – Spotify Wrapped appears as a recap of your year.

Therefore, you’ll be able to see your top artists, songs, and music genres, all wrapped up in a nice custom-made slideshow.

The slideshow will also show you the minutes you’ve spent using the app.

You can also share the slideshow on your social media platforms and let your friends know about your Spotify stats.

Spotify Wrapped is also a fun way to see what your friends have been listening to.

4. Chosic

Checking your Spotify stats with Chosic.

To check your Spotify stats effectively, you can also use a third party.

Chosic is one of the most popular options – it’s a free web app that’s very easy to use.

The app will show you your favorite artists and genres, and even suggest you new music based on your preferences.

Generally, Chosic allows you to search for similar songs, artists, and playlists. Another great feature is the option to search music by theme, genre, BPM, and so on.

So if you’re wondering how to discover new music, Chosic might be the solution.

The thing is, the app also keeps track of your Spotify listening habits, so you can see how your music taste changed and evolved over time.

All in all, Chosic is free and easy to use, which ultimately makes it one of the best ways to check your stats and find new music.

5. stats.fm

Check your Spotify stats with Stats.fm

If you want to take a deeper look at your Spotify stats using your mobile device, you should check out Stats.fm.

The app will allow you to get unique insights into your music taste by providing you with thorough analysis on your past and current listening habits.

It’s a secure app that will allow you to import your lifetime streaming history – that way, you’ll get access to many cool and useful features.

You’ll be able to see your top tracks, artists, and albums.

And you’ll have the possibility to connect with your friends and see each other’s stats. 

You can download the app from the App Store or Google Play for free. There’s also a Premium version with more features.

6. Receiptify

Using Receiptify to check your Spotufy stats.

Another app that can scan your music history on Spotify is Receiptify.

In the end, you’ll get a ‘receipt’ of your most played songs. To be more precise, the app will show you your top 10 most-played tracks from the last month, last 6 months, and all time in a Receipt-like format.

It’s a cool and creative way to see your Spotify stats, and you can easily share the images on your social media.

The receipt also features details like the time you spent listening to the certain song, and so on.

You can easily access the app on their website, where you’ll be asked to log in to your Spotify account.

7. Obscurify

Check your Spotify stats with Obscurify.

Another great app that will give you insight into your music taste is Obscurify.

The app can also compare your listening data to other users and rank you – that way, you can see how unique your music taste is.

You can link your Spotify account and Obscurity without hassle.

The app can also create playlists of the music in your track lists and transport them in your Spotify library. 

You can easily share your Obscurify profile with your friends by turning on the sharing option and sending them the link.

8. Zodiac Affinity

Zodiac Affinity

If you’re interested in astrology, we have a suggestion for you.

Zodiac Affinity is a free app that will provide you with a playlist based on your zodiac sign and Spotify library.

So, all you need to do is enter your sign, and you’ll get a curated list of songs that best represent you.

You might not get an analysis on your music taste though, but using Zodiac Affinity might be a fun way to discover new music.

9. How Bad Is Your Spotify?

How Bad Is Your Spotify?

We showed you eight ways to check your Spotify stats in a quick and easy way.

However, we also want to mention a fun app that will give you a different kind of insight.

First of all, this program is not for everyone, and now you’ll see why.

In short, ‘How Bad Is Your Spotify?’ uses a sophisticated AI bot to judge your taste in music. 

It’s super simple to use though – you just need to log in to your Spotify profile and wait for the bot to start talking. 

And it will look like having a conversation. The bot will even ask you a few questions and give you his opinion.

All in all, the answers and opinions you’ll get will be both ruthless and hilarious. So if you’re looking for something different, you should definitely try out ‘Judge My Spotify’ by The Pudding.

How To See Your Spotify Stats – Final Thoughts 

As you can see, there are different ways to check your Spotify stats and get insights into your unique music taste.

You can use Spotify or third-party apps that provide detailed personalized listening analysis as well as new music recommendations.

Regardless of what you choose, it will be fun to see what your listening habits are – you might even be surprised!