What exactly is the Spotify Icebergify?
By Shiva Kumar
"How deep does your Spotify iceberg go?" the app asks users.
Icebergify is the most recent way to visualize your Spotify data—but now you can see how well-known or obscure your favorite artists are.
The app asks users, "How deep does your Spotify iceberg go?" before determining whether their music tastes are mainstream or indie.
Icebergify analyzes the artists you listen to on Spotify and displays the data in an iceberg-style chart, with different levels reflecting the singers or bands' or bands' popularity.
The most popular artists, such as Taylor Swift and Harry Styles, are at the very tip of the iceberg.
Icebergify, developed by 25-year-old Akshay Raj, uses Spotify data to determine an artist's popularity, such as the number of streams, likes, and followers.
The app uses data from users' top 50 artists from the previous month, 6 months, and several years, which explains why users may see artists they haven't heard in a long time on their chart.
Press "create yours," then "agree" to allow the app to access your Spotify data. You will then be shown your personal iceberg chart, which you can save and share on social media.
Because the app has gone viral this week, some users may receive an error message as the website struggles to keep up with demand.
The creator of Icebergify suggests that users refresh the page until the iceberg appears, or clear their cookies and site data for icebergify.com and try again.
Earlier this month, another Spotify app went viral: the Spotify pie chart, which analyzes your music taste and distills the genres you listen to the most into a pie.
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