The 6 Best Ways to Check Your Spotify Stats and Find Out Your Most-Played Songs and Artists

The 6 Best Ways to Check Your Spotify Stats and Find Out Your Most-Played Songs and Artists

Listening to music has been an integral part of my life ever since I was born, and it continues to be an important part of every day of my life. It’s no wonder that Spotify has become such a large part of my life, too – it makes it so easy to listen to all my favorite songs whenever I want! The only thing that would make it better? Knowing which songs and artists I like the most! That’s why I’ve put together this list of the 6 best ways to check your Spotify stats and find out your most-played songs and artists! #1.

Direct link to the statistics

  • The free (but not very mobile-friendly)
  • The free and much more mobile-friendly
  • No login required, just a tweet
  • Not really checking your stats, but using SpotDetect instead
  • Using Clearbit with an API key for an extra layer of security for heavy users like myself 6. You can use Clearbit without an API key, but you’ll have to rely on the trustworthiness of individual profiles

2) Daily statistics

At any time you can simply click on Your Profile to see the data for the day, week, month or year. You can also visit this page from your mobile device, but it doesn’t show as much information. This is an easy way to quickly find out what music you’ve been listening to lately. I’m a huge fan of The 1975 and Give Yourself A Try was one of my most played songs over the last week. Sometimes I’ll look at who’s been streaming my playlist on Spotify, too! I really like seeing how popular my playlists are among other people because it makes me feel good about them. When I share a playlist with friends they always check out those stats with me!

3) Weekly statistics

  1. Through the Spotify App

This is the most convenient way because you can just log into your account on a mobile device or computer and find out all of your stats in a single place. It also shows you what percentage of play time was devoted to each playlist or album, which can be great if you’re looking for new music.

2. Google Analytics Code

Most blog hosts have a form where you can add your Google Analytics code so that it collects data about how many people come to your site, how long they stay, what pages they visit, etc.

4) Monthly statistics

When it comes to keeping tabs on your popularity on the platform, there are a lot of different ways you can do so. One way is by checking the analytics page where they list some monthly statistics such as your total time listening, total time shuffling, total skips and repeats. You can also find this information in the app itself by clicking Your profile in the menu, then scrolling down until you find Your listener stats under the Account heading. It might sound overwhelming but with all these options available, there is a strategy for everyone.

5) The best place to get your stats

To check your Spotify stats, log in on your account page, click the three horizontal bars at the top of the screen, then Browse Statistics. Next to the View complete statistics heading, you can choose what level of stats you want displayed. The next two links are Most Played Artists and Most Played Tracks. These will let you see which artists and songs were played most on your account. Below that is a series of charts where you can compare stats like how many times your music was played vs another artist’s music or how many streams there were versus album listens.

6) Listening activity by song, artist, or album

#1: If you’re curious about a particular song or artist, enter their name in the search bar. You’ll see your most played songs from that artist, as well as a list of other artists you may enjoy. For example, if you like Ed Sheeran, you might want to check out Drake or Shawn Mendes because they’re two other artists that are popular on Spotify.

#2: One way of figuring out what your most listened-to albums are is by selecting Albums in the upper navigation bar when you go onto Spotify’s homepage. After entering into the album tab of your choice, scroll down the page until you find Most Listened. By clicking on this tab you’ll see which albums have been played more than any others.

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