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Apple Music's new Top 100 charts cover the entire planet

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Want to know what people are listening to right now in Belize? How about Macau? Or Uganda?


A new Apple Music feature rolled out on Friday introduced a large collection of Top 100 charts to the service. There are 116 of them, to be exact: One global chart, and then one more for each country where Apple Music is available.


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Each list shows the most-streamed songs in whichever region they cover. They'll all be updated once per day at 12:00 a.m. PT, and they're grouped together under the app's "Browse" section whether you're viewing Apple Music from a mobile device or your desktop (h/t Rolling Stone). Read more...

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