I'm kind of OCD and like to know what data is behind every recommendation system.

Is there a way to view all the loved (hearted) items (songs, playlists, etc.) in Apple Music?

I believe at worst case scenario one could just reset them.

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I’m guessing these answers didn’t solve your problem. They didn’t solve mine. Insead I went and got my data from Apple:

  1. Head to Apple’s Data and Privacy portal.
  2. Log in with the Apple ID for which you’d like to download data.
  3. Under Get a copy of your data, click Request a copy of your data.
  4. Select Apple media services information, then press Continue.
  5. Now click Complete the request.
  6. Wait a frickin’ week!
  7. Download the file they email you a link to.
  8. Inside the zip you will find another zip called apple_media_services.zip.
  9. Inside that zip you will find Apple Music Likes and Dislikes.csv.

Super irritating that you have to go through such process to find this.

  • This should be the answer. The others only show a subset.
    – Henrik
    Commented Jan 23, 2019 at 18:22
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    Whoa! Yes, this is a very open-minded and clever way to do it. 👍🏼 Feels like cheating, though. :) Agree that it is irritating and hope that there would be an UI for this one time.
    – Jake
    Commented Jan 28, 2019 at 16:40

If you are listening in iTunes you can make a smart playlist which automatically adds all loved songs to it.

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Note that this playlist will only contain songs that you "loved" on each respective device. I.e. if you love a song on your iPhone it will not appear in your "loved songs" smart playlist on your mac, or vice versa. This appears to be a syncing bug which may or may not be fixed one day.

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    Thanks, but it displays only songs and only those were added to My Music. That playlist does not display any song that was loved from Radio or New section for example.
    – Jake
    Commented Jul 3, 2015 at 9:38

Just figured this out myself today, so here's how to do it:

  1. Click the heart button (♥) to Love the song

  2. Click the 3-dot button (...) and then click Add to My Music

  3. Create a Smart Playlist where "Loved" = "is true"


  • This is a ridicules solution by Apple. It only shows stuff that you liked and that is inside your library, not what you liked on Apple music
    – Curnelious
    Commented Sep 12, 2016 at 11:11

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