Best Way to Move Spotify Playlists to Google Play Music

Posted by Adam Gorden on August 18, 2017 10:18:01 AM.
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It's common to change from one music streaming service to the other regularly due to different entertainment request in different periods. For example, if you browse the Spotify community, you'll find some Spotify subscribers are looking to switch Spotify music to Google Play or other music services. But the problem is, they don't want to lose all the Spotify playlists they have collected. In other words, they'll need to export those old playlists from Spotify to Google Play Music. However, currently there's no direct way to import Spotify playlists to Google Music unless you use some third-party applications such as STAMP, Portify, etc. What's worse, those tools won't 100% work for every one. But don't worry. If you are facing with such a problem in transferring Spotify playlists to Google Music, you can just read on to find out an easier solution that works in any case.

What Tools You'll Need to Import Spotify to Google Play

With this method, you'll still be required to install a third party software. But unlike the other syncing app, this program is mainly used for removing DRM protection from the Spotify songs you've downloaded. As you should know, all Spotify songs and playlists are protected by DRM. In result, you can't freely transfer them to any MP3 player for playback. To free plan subscribers, they can't even download any Spotify song for offline listening. Now with this smart Spotify converter, no matter you are free or premium users, you can easily remove DRM from the Spotify tracks and playlists by downloading and converting the songs to common formats, including MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, etc. Once the DRM protection is stripped out, you can transfer the Spotify playlist to Google Play Music as you do with other common audios.

This mighty Spotify DRM removal tool we are recommending here is TunesKit Spotify Converter. It's available for both Mac and Windows platforms. Now go ahead to download the free trial version and follow the steps below to test how it actually works in removing DRM.

   

Part 1. Remove DRM from Spotify Songs/Playlists

Step 1Drag Spotify tracks or playlists to TunesKit

add spotify playlist

Firstly, run TunesKit Spotify Music Converter. Then you have two choices to add the Spotify playlists to the converter. The first one is dragging the playlist from your Spotify app to the conversion window of TunesKit. Or you can copy the link of the Spotify music to the search box of TunesKit interface. Either way works fine.

Step 2Set output format, parameters, etc.

set output preferences

Now simply click the right top menu > Preferences > Convert to adjust the output preferences as you like. You are allowed to choose the output format, channel, bit rate, sample rate in this window. Currently TunesKit Spotify Converter fully supports MP3, M4A, AAC, WAV, FLAC, M4B formats. You can also set the output directory and conversion speed here.

Step 3Convert protected Spotify playlists to common audios

convert spotify music

After the above setting, click "Convert" button to start converting your Spotify music to the DRM-free formats. After conversion, the output folder will be open automatically. You can also find the well converted Spotify playlist by clicking the History folder.

Part 2. Upload Spotify Playlists to Google Music

Congratulations! Now you can freely transfer the DRM-free Spotify songs and playlists to Google Play Music with a few clicks only. Google Play Music will allow you to upload a maximum of 50,000 songs for free and it's easy to upload your entire collection with the Music Manager. For the complete guide to move Spotify playlists to Google Play, simply follow the instruction below.

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Step 1. Navigate to Google Play website play.google.com/music and login to your Google account.

Step 2. Click "Upload Music" in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. You'll be prompted to download the Music Manager. If you've already got it, then simply open it up and sign in with your Google account.

Step 3. Select the Menu icon > Upload songs to Google Play, and hit Next.

Step 4. The Music Manager will ask you where you keep your music collection. Select "Other Folder" and click "Next". Then, please locate the folder where you stored your converted Spotify playlists from the popup window and follow the instructions. The Music Manager will automatically upload any songs you put inside that folder to Google Play.

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