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.
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).
(It’s worth noting that while Rolling Stone‘s firsthand look at the new feature mentions 116 charts, a Mashable subscriber on staff only saw around 50 listed on both desktop and mobile.)
Apple Music has been growing steadily since it launched in 2015. By the end of 2016, it was up to 20 million subscribers globally. Then, earlier this summer, a report surfaced suggesting that Apple’s subscriber count in the U.S. had overtaken that of competing service Spotify.
In June, Apple launched a browser-based web player to give desktop users an option other than the iTunes app for their music listening. Then, in August, a new feature launched that gave users a listening mix that assembles the top 25 songs their Apple Music friends are listening to.
The new Top 100 charts deliver an added “discovery” layer to the service, providing subscribers with yet another way to tailor their new jams around what’s popular, and where.