What’s up guys this is Michael from Tech Lops. So today I’m going to show you how to transfer playlists from Apple Music to Spotify.
So one of the biggest reasons that people wouldn’t want to switch from one platform to another is because of the entire hassle of moving your songs your playlists and your albums.
But in today’s article, I’m going to show you a completely free method to do all of this. Just sit back and transfer your favourite playlist from Apple Music to Spotify or from Spotify to Apple Music. Let’s start.
Steps To Transfer Playlists From Apple Music To Spotify
Just follow the step by step process to transfer the playlist. So let’s get started
- First what you’ve got to do is go to any browser.
- Open chrome now & search fortune my music.
- So this is the site using which you can transfer all of your music from any platform.
So the advantage of using the site is that you don’t have to log in and it’s completely free for up to 1000 songs. Once you’ve transferred thousands of them you can just redo the process to transfer a thousand more.
- Now click on let’s start and over here you’ll have to select the source.
- Then you have to select apple music but they have many options over here. So you can select whichever platform you want.
- Later we’ll have to just click on Spotify because that’s the destination where we want to transfer.
Now talking about Spotify. So what they do is convert Spotify songs to any format you want. I prefer mp3 so then what you can do is listen to all of your favourite songs offline and the best part is that there’s no loss in quality and this takes a couple of seconds to convert. This is available for windows and mac. If you’re someone who wants to listen to songs offline then I really suggest you use this website.
- After you’ve selected the source & right now the apple music.
- Then you just have to enter your login id and your password.
- Once you’ve entered that you’ll find all of your songs playlists and albums over here.
- Now you are logged in and you can find all of your songs and everything over here and even if you scroll down you can see all your playlists.
- Now all you’ve got to do is select the songs artists or playlists which you want to transfer from Apple music to Spotify.
- If you want to transfer all of your songs, you can just click on the box which is next to library songs.
- If you check that then all of the songs will get selected.
- But if you don’t select all you can just unselect that box.
- Then individually you’ll have to select all the songs which you want to transfer.
- You’ll be taken to the select destination screen so this is similar to the first screen where you’ll find all of the platforms.
- Now just select Spotify.
- Once again you have to enter Spotify details like your account and your password.
- Once that’s done just log in.
- Once you’ve logged in, you’ll just have to click on start moving my music over here.
- Click on the show list you can see the songs which you’ve selected.
- Now You’ll just move the music and now you can see that it’s successful.
So if you log in to Spotify on your phone or on the website then you’ll see that these songs have moved from apple music to Spotify you can follow the same method for thousand songs at a time.
How To Remove Access to Your Account
So once you finish transferring all of your music there’s one step left which I feel is extremely important. So what we’re going to do is remove access to your account. So when you log into tune my music they had access to the account and now we’ll just remove that access. So to do this
- Open Spotify Then you have to click on your name which is on the top right.
- Now click on the account so it’ll take you to chrome.
- After that click on the login.
- Then you just have to scroll down.
- After you scroll down go-to apps.
- Over here you’ll find tune my music.
- Then you can just click on remove access.
- After this, you’re good to go
So I hope this article helped you and if you have any other questions you can comment below and keep in touch with Tech Lops for more updates.