This free browser app lets users transfer their playlists between music streaming platforms.
TuneMyMusic lets you transfer playlists between almost any music service using your browser. It supports most major music platforms such as Spotify, Apple Music, SoundCloud, TIDAL, YouTube, Amazon Music, Deezer, Google Play Music, Napster, and Last.fm.
The service works in your browser and is easy to use:
• Point your browser to the TuneMyMusic website.
• Select the source music service (depending on the source, you may be asked for login credentials).
• TuneMyMusic will fetch your playlist where you can select songs, artists, playlists, or albums to merge.
• Choose the music platform destination (depending on the source, you may be asked for login credentials). Google Play Music restricts usage to 10 playlists a day.
Music transfer services aren’t perfect, so check lists for missed tracks or the right version of a song.
There's no registration to use the service, though the paid plan requires creating an account.
The only difference between the free version and the paid plan is the paid version will sync multiple playlists on different music platforms. Both plans allow unlimited conversions and convert to files (TXT or CSV).
Note: Some Firefox add-ons will cause the page not to work.
If you use more than one music platform and want to have the same playlists across platforms, give TuneMyMusic a try.
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