When it comes to the best music service, which is the one immediately comes to your mind? Spotify, Amazon Music or Apple Music? If you consider with different factors, you might get different answers. Spotify Music owns millions of music tracks and actually you can listen for free, but with annoying advertisements. And Amazon Music has a more competitive price, with £7.99 per month, and we can also access to the free trial with the first 3 months. Certainly, if you’re an Apple fan, Apple Music should be your top priority, for you can listen the music in your Apple devices with high quality and share your account with your families meanwhile.
If you’re now has a premium account of Apple Music, and you wish to sync your playlist in Apple Music with that of Spotify, in the way, how can we successfully save the playable tracks from Apple Music, and then put the whole playlist into Spotify app? We write this article here to solve your problem. To transfer playlist from Apple Music to Spotify would be a simple task. Let’s begin.
As you know, Apple protection is used in all your downloaded songs, which will stop you from making copies of the music files and they’re not allowed to on any other non-Apple devices. So the first thing you should do is to get rid of the limits.
TuneCable iMusic Converter is here to help you convert Apple Music into common format that suitable for almost all the devices. It’s a powerful and all-in-one audio tool. With the tool, you can record the protected AAC Apple Music, M4A/M4B/AA/AAX audiobooks or M4P music as MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF or ALAC files to save and playback in other devices. Provide with both Windows and Mac version for different needs.
Step 1: Download and Launch Apple Music Converter
To begin with, run TuneCable Apple Music Converter on computer. Hit on 'Add ()' icon from its interface to launch a pop-up window.
Step 2: Select One Playlist to Convert
TuneCable will automatically scan and load your iTunes library in the list. The list is displayed just as your iTunes Library. Choose one playlist that you're going to move from Apple Music to Spotify. Click on 'OK ()' option to the next step.
Step 3: Export Apple Music Playlist as the Format You Like
In this page, tap on the 'Settings ()' icon in the upper-right corner to customize the output settings as your requirements. Here're the details:
• Output Format: MP3 (default), AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF and ALAC.
• Conversation Mode: Intelligent Mode, iTunes Record (default) and YouTube download.
• Output Quality: 128kbps, 192kbps, 256kbps, 320kpbs
• Output Folder: Choose a save path by yourselves.
Everything get ready, tap on the 'Convert ()' button to convert the songs in the playlist.
Step 4: Wait for Completely Convert
Once all songs are successfully converted, you can free to view the songs in the local output folder or directly check in 'Converted' section.
Step 1: Open Spotify app on your computer. Log-in your account and find the 'Menu' button from the top of the toolbar, just like a downward pointing arrow, to bring up a drop-down menu, click on 'Settings' from the options. Then find Local File option in Settings page. Then turn on 'Show Local Files' option.
Step 2: Scroll down to find and click 'ADD A SOURCE' button. To launch a window to let you browse and select a local folder. Navigate to the folder that save the well-converted Apple Music playlist. Double-click on it to load. Now you can see the folder has been listed in the page. And you're done! Playback the Apple Music playlist with your Spotify app is available!
TuneCable Apple Music Converter allows us to record and export Apple Music as common MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF and ALAC. Then you can sync your Apple Music playlist with Spotify with ease. However, the trial version only allows you to get 3 mins of each output file. Don’t hesitate to get full version now!
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