Apple Music is today launching a new, more localised chart in more than 100 cities around the world, including Auckland.
'City Charts' will be updated daily with a Top 25 for each city based not just on total number of plays but also what Apple calls additional signs of local popularity.
The music streaming service will map out local listening patterns for each city and measure which tracks residents are listening to on repeat, hoping to give a more insightful look into the local culture and individual music scenes.
City Charts is available to subscribers now and can be browsed in Apple Music's charts section or by asking Siri to play it.
Apple Music, a rival to Spotify, also launched a handful of other new features on Tuesday, including a new lyric-sharing feature.
Using it, customers can post song lyrics on Messages, Facebook and Instagram Stories, with posts that link back to the same moment in the track.
Another new feature is including a lot more data on record labels that allows users to visit label pages just as they would artist pages, as well as search for labels.
The new features are launching on the same day as Spotify launches its Facebook miniplayer.