Wanna switch from Spotify to Apple Music and transfer Spotify playlist to Apple Music? Here we will guide you to convert Spotify playlists to MP3 or M4A files and then import them to Apple Music or iTunes library for enjoying.
“I want to cancel Spotify Premium account. How can I transfer my Spotify playlists to Apple Music? I don’t wan to re-find, re-download or re-fave all of the playlists, tracks, artists, and albums. Please help.”
Although Spotify Music is the king of streaming music, there are still many users who want to switch from Spotify to Apple Music for various reasons. But do you know how to transfer Spotify playlist to Apple Music? The fact is that transferring from one streaming media service to another is not a simple task. Whether it is Spotify or Apple Music, their songs are protected by DRM. Users can neither save them permanently to their own device nor transfer them to other music platforms, players.
Furthermore, Spotify Music and Apple Music are in competition with each other, and it is impossible for users to find a button to transfer playlist from Spotify to Apple Music. Without the right solution, you will have to give up the huge library of songs that took so long to collect. Don’t worry, the good news is that we will give you a perfect solution! Check out this post, and you will learn how to transfer playlists from Spotify to Apple Music with ease!
Best Tool to Transfer Spotify Playlist to Apple Music
To transfer Spotify playlists to Apple Music, you need to remove DRM from Spotify music, and convert Spotify playlist to MP3, M4A format to be compatible with Apple Music and other platform. There are many utilities available for converting Spotify playlist, but the one we often turn to is the TunesBank Spotify Music Converter.
TunesBank Spotify Music Converter is an awesome tool, which not only allows Spotify Free and Premium users to break DRM protection of Spotify music, but also lets them convert Spotify songs, playlists, albums, artist to unprotected MP3, M4A, WAV, FLAC audios without losing quality. What’s more, it will preserve all ID3 tags like title, artist, number, artist in output MP3/M4A files. After conversion, the converted Spotify tracks will be saved on computer forever, then users can easily import them to Apple Music for enjoying!
TunesBank Spotify Music Converter;
A Computer running Windows OS or mac OS;
The latest version of Spotify;
The latest version of iTunes or Apple Music app(MacOS 10.15 Catalina).
Tutorial: Convert Spotify Playlist to MP3/M4A and Transfer to Apple Music
You can convert your music library and playlists from Spotify to Apple Music in just a few simple steps. Follow the detailed steps to move Spotify playlist to Apple Music.
Step 1. Launch TunesBank Spotify Music Converter
After installation, launch TunesBank Spotify Music Converter on Mac or Windows. The the program will automatically launch Spotify app.
Step 2. Add Spotify Playlist to TunesBank
As you can see, this program has a very simple interface. Here you can directly drag and drop the playlist from Spotify to TunesBank’s window.
Or copy the playlist link, then paste the link to the search box of the program, and click “Add File” to load the playlist.
Step 3. Select MP3/M4A as Output Format
Once added the songs successfully, you can pick the target format in the “Convert all files to:” option. Here we recommend MP3 or M4A format. By the way, you can also select different format for each song in “Output Format:” option.
Step 4. Adjust Output Settings
Click “Preferences” in the menu bar, then you will see a new small window, here you can change the Output Format, SampleRate, Bitrate, Output Folder for your preference.
Step 5. Convert Spotify Playlist to Apple Music
Simply click on the “Convert All” button to save Spotify playlist to MP3 or M4A files.
After a few minutes, please go to the “Finished” section to locate the converted Spotify tracks.
Step 6. Import Converted Spotify Playlist to iTunes Library
1)Launch iTunes app on the desktop, create a new playlist named “Spotify Playlist”. Click on “File” > “New” > “Playlist”.
2)Click on “File” > “Add to Library”, then import the folder of converted Spotify playlist to iTunes library.
3)When finished, you can find all imported Spotify music files in the “Spotify Playlist” on the left column.
Now you can enjoy the playlists, songs, artists, and albums you love on Apple Music freely, no need to re-find or re-download again! Also, you can transfer the converted Spotify playlist to Amazon Music, Tidal, Deezer, Rdio, Pandora, etc., or copy them to your portable devices for offline listening!