How to Transfer Spotify Playlist to Apple Music
Torn between the two music streaming services? Or did you decide to stick with Apple Music despite the $9.99 monthly subscription fee (for the individual account)? If you’ve finally decided to move your streaming inventory from Spotify, there are two ways to do it: Applefy and STAMP.
Applefy is a GitHub app that was once reserved for developers. As a long-code product, it has been reworked and made available to end users. Download Applefy from GitHub and follow the instructions (source: from the developer).
1. Unzip the file to rip the app. Please note that if you are using a Mac, you need to change the “Security Preferences” to run this app because it is from a foreign developer. Go to “Security Preferences” and click “Uncover Anyway” if you see the prompt.
2. Enter your Spotify information for awardee name and password.
4. Select the Replay Inventory you wish to move from the Inventory drop down. Click “Accept Breeding Inventory”.
5. Go to your Finder or File Explorer and locate the “Applefy” folder. In this folder you will find the playback inventory that you have just complied with and that contains the songs in .MP3 format. Launch iTunes and go to the Playback Litany tab to create a new one.
6. Drag the MP3 files to the playback inventory (select all files in the folder) and wait a few seconds for the end.
7. Select all songs, then right click to sync them; Click “Paste to iCloud Music Library”. Once the songs have been downloaded, right click and “Delete download; » This will allow you to stream songs through Apple Music.
You can check the official link on GitHub for more details.
Export and STAMP Lite
Another way to transfer your playback inventory is to install STAMP. It is a freemium app that allows users to import playlists to Apple Music from Spotify, Rdio, and Google Music. This app is compatible with both Windows and OS X computers. Performance Lite only allows users to import ten songs per session, but there’s another way to do it all at once: with Exportify.
1. Go to Export (GitHub app) and download it to export your Spotify playback inventory to a .CSV file.
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2. Click “Start” to allow Spotify playlist export. Select OK. You’ll see your entire library and choose the replay inventory you want to export.
3. Click on the Preferred Replay Inventory or “Export All”. Save the CSV file to your topic mechanism.
4. Download SEAL and run it after installation. Select the CSV file in the “From” tab.
5. You must give STAMP permission to transfer your breeding inventory. You can even swipe CSV files and use “Apparent Mouse Mode” for authorization. Don’t use your mouse during the transfer and let STAMP do its thing.
Repeat the same steps for each breeding inventory you want to move. There is an outline with STAMP Lite, so if you want to enjoy all the other features, shell out $5 for the premium features.
Let us know how it works for you. If you know of another way to do it, feel free to leave your tips in the comments below.