Apple Music is launching a set of playlists called “City Rankings”, which lists the top 25 songs from more than 100 cities around the world. The list of cities also includes Bangalore, Delhi and Mumbai.The playlist is available to Apple Music subscribers and can be found at Browse App section on iPhone, iPad and Mac devices. Users who have not subscribed to Apple Music can still browse the network playlist on the Apple Music player. This new feature is bundled with the iOS 14.5 update released on April 27.
These playlists list the top 25 songs in each listed city. The cities listed are: Accra, Almaty, Atlanta, Auckland, Austin, Bangkok, Barcelona, Beijing, Bangalore, Berlin, Birmingham (UK), Bogota, Bordeaux, Brisbane, Budapest, Buenos Ellis, Busan, Calgary, Cape Town, Chicago, Cologne, Copenhagen, Dallas, Delhi, Denver, Detroit, Dubai, Dublin, Durban, Edmonton, Frankfurt, Fukuoka, Glasgow, Guadalajara , Guangzhou, Guatemala City, Hamburg, Honolulu, Houston, Istanbul, Jakarta, Johannesburg, Kiev, Kuala Lumpur, Lagos, Lima, Liverpool, London, Los Angeles, Lyon, Madrid, Manchester, Manila, Marseille, Medellin, Melbourne , Mexico City, Miami, Milan, Monterrey, Montreal, Moscow, Mumbai, Munich, Nagoya, Naha, Nairobi, Naples, Nashville, New York, Osaka, Ottawa, Paris, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Prague, Quebec City, Rio de Janeiro , Riyadh, Rome, St. Petersburg, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, San Juan, San Diego, Santo Domingo, Seattle, Sao Paulo, Sapporo, Sendai, Seoul, Shanghai, Sydney, Taipei, Tel Aviv, Tokyo, Toronto, Vancouver, Vienna, Warsaw, Washington DC, Winnipeg and Zurich-according to iMore reports.
Apple also said that the playlist will be updated every day. If you have not subscribed to Apple Music, you can still view the playlist on its website. Apple Music also introduced record tag search and pages, allowing users to find and track songs and albums in specific record tags. In addition, it adds a lyrics sharing feature, which allows users to share specific parts of songs via iMessage, Facebook, and Instagram stories.