The most distinctive feature about Apple Music is that the application automatically makes a customized playlists according to your taste. But the problem pops up when you were using Spotify for the past few years.When Apple introduced its latest music streaming service named Apple Music, many users confronted with this question that how they can transfer their playlists from Spotify to Apple Music. The answer is also quite simple that you can’t perform this action without the help of a third party application. There are many applications of which I prefer STAMP, over the others. Here I would like to explain how STAMP can be used to transfer your Spotify playlists to Apple Music.
Download the App
Before you begin the process, you must check whether you have logged-in to iTunes with the help of your unique Apple ID and password and subscribed to Apple Music. After that you have to download STAMP application from its website. There are two versions available. One variant is free, but it can transfer only 10 songs and I playlist on one day. So always it is better to purchase the premium version by paying a sum of €6.99, or about $8. You have to also grant special permissions to this app inorder to control your system during the process.Eventually you are required to grant permission to STAMP to access Accessibility Features in Security and Privacy of your Mac system. While progressing with the process you may see pop-ups which warns you that certification is invalid. When you tap on continue, each time, you are allowing the app to control your iTunes.
Steps to Follow
- Get into Exportify and select the playlists as .CSV files.
- Make sure that you have logged-in to iTunes.
- Open the downloaded and installed STAMP application.
- Now select the exported CSV playlist files of your choice.
- Now wait until STAMP finishes the task of making the playlists.
This process may consume much of the time. While using the app, the app controls your keyboard and mouse. So it is better to leave the system as such, so that the app can complete the task without any problem. The app doesn’t create the playlists after finding and adding the tracks. The creation of playlists should be done manually by the user.
Accuracy in Playlist Transfer
The app doesn’t guarantee cent percent accuracy. The error may be mostly due to the reason that certain songs are not supported by Apple Music. Another reason is that they are differently in Spotify or Rdio, so that they remain unidentified by the app. If you encounter trouble while operating the app, you have to start over again and continue to perform the process from the initial step onwards.
You can also rely on other applications like Move to Apple Music, which is available only on OS X. Another alternative is to use Applefy from GitHub. Another best option is to sit down and manually transfer the playlists, which may consume much of your time and energy.