Receiptify: Make a Cool “Receipt” for Your Top Spotify Tracks

In Short
  • Receiptify is a third-party service that creates a digital receipt of your top songs, artists, or genres.
  • It requires you to log into your Spotify account and allow access to your data.
  • To create your custom receipt, visit the Receiptify website > sign in to your Spotify account > Agree > choose a Metric and customize the receipt according to your preferences.

Want to tell your friends about your top 10 Spotify tracks? Sure, you can take a screenshot and share it with friends, but what’s the fun in that? Enter Receiptify, an interesting tool that gives you stats about your listening habits and shows them as a receipt you would typically get from a restaurant or a supermarket. Keep reading to learn how to make your own Spotify receipts using Receiptify.

What is Receiptify?

Receiptify is a third-party service, that creates a digital receipt of your top songs, artists, or genres. You need to log in to the service using your Spotify account and agree to its terms to use it. The tool has a pretty basic interface making it easy to use. You can customize your receipt by choosing from a bunch of provided options.

It’s an open-source app created by Michelle Lui when she was inspired by the work of the Instagram account: @albumreceipts. I like to think of it as a new sort of nostalgic take on Spotify wrapped.

How to Create Your Spotify Receipt using Receiptify

Now, let us take a look at how to use Receiptify to create a receipt of your most played Spotify tracks in this step-by-step guide.

  1. Visit using your desktop or mobile web browser.
  2. Here, click on Log in with Spotify and enter your login details.
  3. Click on Agree on the next page to allow Receiptify to access your Spotify account details.
  4. Now, click on the Metric dropdown menu and choose what you want to show on your receipt. You can select your preferred option from Top Tracks, Top Artists, Top Genres, Stats, Search Albums, or Build Custom Receipt.
  5. Then, you can configure each of these options as you desired – Time Period, Mode, Length, and Font.
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  • Receiptify: Make a Cool “Receipt” for Your Top Spotify Tracks
  • Receiptify: Make a Cool “Receipt” for Your Top Spotify Tracks

That’s it! Now you can go ahead and download this receipt to share on your socials or directly to your friends. You can even click on Save as Playlist to create a favorite of all tracks featured in the receipt on Spotify.

How to Revoke Spotify Access from Receiptify

It is reasonable to be cautious of a third-party tool that has access to all of your Spotify metrics. But the tool’s creator confirms that your data is not being stored or use maliciously. If you still have concerns, follow these steps to revoke Receiptify’s permission to access your account.

  1. Using a browser, visit Spotify’s your apps page.
  2. Here, click on Remove Access next to “receiptify”.
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Once done, Receiptify will have no longer access to your Spotify account.

This is how you can create your own receipt of your favorite Spotify songs. Pretty cool right? I really like the fact that the person who created the tool was inspired by someone and used her skills to allow others to recreate something similar. What are your thoughts about Receiptify? Did you like or you are yet to try it out? Let us know in the comments below.

Does Receiptify Show Accurate Results?

While the Receiptify service uses the metrics from your Spotify data to create a list of your top tracks, some users have noticed that it also includes some of the songs that they haven’t heard in a while. So it is possible that the results are not quite accurate.

Can I Revoke My Spotify Access from Receiptify?

Yes. You can revoke access to your Spotify data from Receiptify if you don’t need it anymore by visiting the Manage Apps page for your Spotify account.

Where is the Roast Section in Receiptify?

It seems like the “What does your music say about you” section which had a “Be nice” and “Roast Me” section has been removed from Receiptify recently.

Does Receiptify have a Smartphone App?

No. Receiptify does not have an official smartphone app. You need to visit the website from your desktop or mobile browser to use the service.

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