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S.t.A.M.P. (Spotify To Apple Music PlayList) is a neat Apple script that will take your Spotify playlists and, with a bit of help, import them directly into Apple music for you.

The steps are really easy and for those with large spotify collections it’s a lot easier than adding them into Apple music manually.

In A nutshell.

  1. Goto the Exportify Website and select the playlist you want to export from Spotify to Apple music.
  2. Save the file as a .CSV.  Hint.  You can copy and paste the text into notepad, save as a TXT file and it will do the job.
  3. Download StAMP.App from http://stamp.hern.as
  4. Open iTunes and make sure within My Music you are on the New tab.
  5. Run StAMP.app
    note you may need to head into security and privacy and allow running of the app as it’s an unsigned developer.
  6. Select the CSV or TXT file from earlier within StAMP
  7. Wait. leave the keyboard alone till it’s done it’s thing
  8. You’re done.

How To Export Your Playlists From Spotify Detailed Guide

First you’ll need to head over to Exportify

 How To Convert Your Spotify Playlists To Apple Music

Select the Playlist you want to export.

 How To Convert Your Spotify Playlists To Apple Music

Right click or Command click and SAVE FILE As. If you get the below screen shot, press back and right click.

 How To Convert Your Spotify Playlists To Apple Music

I dont have anything on Spotify so I’d love to hear back from anyone who does and how it works.

Download StAMP.app. Make sure iTunes is OPEN and ‘New’ Tab is selected.

When you run StAMP for the first time you might get presented with a warning saying it’s from an unknown developer. Easy Fix. Head into Security and Privacy and Open Anway (you do this at your own risk!)

Almost there. You’ll have a couple more things do do..

STAMP Access Control thumb How To Convert Your Spotify Playlists To Apple Music
Click the padlock in the bottom left, enter your password, tick STAMP and then lock it up again with a click on the lock.

Run Stamp
Make sure iTunes is on the NEW TAB

 How To Convert Your Spotify Playlists To Apple Music
Select the .CSV file created earlier.

Sit back and wait for STAMP to do it’s thing.

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  1. Here are the steps you need to take to export your Spotify playlists and convert them with the iSpotMusic

    • Before you begin, export your Spotify playlists as .csv file, using chrome extension “Spotify Playlist Export” [link: http://tinyurl.com/p39wn9s%5D

    • Next, open iSpotMusic

    • Open iTunes and head to either the “For You” or the “New tab”

    • Open iSpotMusic and select the .csv file you want to import

    • Wait for the application to finish importing

    From here, you won’t actually have the playlists on your Apple Music account, but all the songs will be in your library. The best way to recreate these playlists is as follow:

    Create all the playlists you want in Apple Music and then click on My Music.

    Right click on the columns and add Date Added.

    Sort by Date Added which goes down to the minute so that you have the songs you added in order. Then highlight the songs you need to add to the new playlist and add them. Repeat for the rest of your Spotify playlists.

    http://www.ispotmusic.com

  2. Hey Ramon. Promising tool but after paying the $1.50 it didn’t work. Also the site doesn’t make it clear if it’s per play list or to convert all of them. If you have an update and can let me take a look without paying I’d be happy to do a full review for you.

  3. Are you charging €2.50 for all play lists or just the one? Not tried it but if your keen to somehow let me take a look without paying I’ll be happy to do a full review.

    The stamp.app works well so what’s the advantage for someone to pay. Not that I have anything against paying for a continually developed app I might add.

  4. Hi there!

    We evolved to a better tool: movetoapple.com

    Didn’t you get a free license these days? I gave away to everybody that had supported the project since the beginning. Let me know.

  5. I would recommend using musconv for importing or transferring your music playlist from one music library to another – Bangelica