Transfer your playlists from Spotify, Tidal, Apple

Transfer your playlists from Spotify, Tidal, Apple

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Streaming music services are the norm, and it's rare to find someone who doesn't use one: Spotify, Deezer, Tidal, Amazon Music… and others.

If you use one or more of them, you already know that all of the benefits offered by this type of platform vanish when you want to leave, and this is because after spending time on any of them, the mark you leave behind is large, and this is simply due to the accumulated learning of the recommendation algorithms.

One of the most difficult things to leave behind is the songs you've marked as favorites and, above all, the playlists you've meticulously crafted over days, weeks, months, and even years.

That is, it is done automatically rather than manually.

If you're short on time, manually creating a playlist takes a while; if you have a lot, torture is guaranteed. As a result, in addition to on-demand music platforms, various services were popularized to transfer data between them, with playlists being one of the most valuable.

Take your playlists wherever you want

TuneMyMusic is one of those services that allow you to transfer data from one music streaming platform to another, but it has one advantage over everything else: its operation is simple, fast, and efficient. After registering, you will be able to migrate data from one platform to another in a transparent and flexible manner, as you can choose what to move and what not to move.

Move data from Deezer, to YouTube Music. Of course, you must grant the necessary permissions in each service with which you wish to interact.

Although it is similar to other services, in the case of Deezer, you can choose between loading everything from your account or doing it with individual playlists if you want to take one that is not yours. The first option, however, is the most obvious.

Your transferable account data, including your favorite songs, albums, artists you've added, and playlists you've created, will then appear. Everything is marked to be transferred by default, but you can unmark anything that does not interest you.

Finally, you just have to choose the destination of your data and the transfer will begin.

Now, for the specifics, because not all platforms allow you to move the same type of data. As a result, we focused this article solely on the playlists and not on the rest of the content.

Transferring from Deezer to YouTube Music, for example, allows you to migrate favorite songs but not albums or artists; and even then, the favorite songs will not be added to their corresponding section, but will generate their own separate playlist.

YouTube Music, has limitations such as a daily limit of ten playlists, so if you have more, you will need to return to TuneMyMusic until the transfer is complete.

TuneMyMusic, on the other hand, has limitations in that it only allows you to transfer up to a thousand songs for free, which may be a significant limitation for some, but there is always the option of paying and exporting everything that is the third party. Paying for a month may be worthwhile depending on the number of songs you've added and the playlists you've created.

Other benefits of the payment plan include automatic data transfers and playlist synchronization between services.

The interesting element of TuneMyMusic is, of course, that it works extremely well. It also supports importing and exporting data in text format as well as playlists for use with local music players. And if you don't want to or are unable to pay, you can always do some sort of bypass between accounts, even if it is more complicated.