Thinking of sticking to one streaming service? Why not? It’s more convenient that way. It’s a hassle to transfer from one streaming service to another. At some point, you would want to put together all your songs in just one streaming service. So, it makes a lot of sense if you want to import iTunes Playlist to Spotify.
It’s easier to have all your songs in just one location or this case, in just one streaming service. That way, you won’t have to miss the songs you have on your iTunes. You can still play them without having to stop and transfer services. You could listen to music continuously and that counts a lot especially if you're driving or working.
Do you often add songs to your Spotify library? There are two challenges to overcome if you want to import the iTunes playlist to Spotify. One is that Spotify has removed the feature that allows you to do it. Since 2018, it’s no longer possible to import iTunes playlist to Spotify.
So, if you’ve been used to managing your music library with the help of that particular Spotify feature, then you have to find another way to do it. This article will show you another way. That way by making use of the Add Source feature of Spotify.
Before you get too excited about importing an iTunes playlist to Spotify, there is another challenge for you to overcome. Unfortunately, the MP4 format of iTunes is not supported by Spotify. That means you would have to convert your iTunes playlist first to a format that’s compatible with Spotify.
Tips: The WAV files can be imported into your iTunes program. But, how to convert MP4 files to WAV format? Just click the link to get a detailed guide.
Before you even try to import an iTunes playlist to Spotify, you would have to convert your iTunes playlist to a format that’s compatible with Spotify and that’s MP3. There are three easy ways for you to do that.
With the DumpMedia Apple Music Converter, you can convert your iTunes playlist to MP3 and remove the digital rights management or better known as DRM. It allows you to download Apple Music songs on your device.
The steps below will show you how easy it is to convert your iTunes playlist to MP3:
Here’s a closer look at the steps on how to use the DumpMedia Apple Music Converter.
You can just click here to go to DumpMedia’s website. Once you’re on the website, you can either scroll down to look for their Apple Music Converter or you can just look at the menu at the top part of the screen. Click on it and look for the I need a Mac/Windows version link. Click on it to download and install the DumpMedia Apple Music Converter. Launch the app to start to convert.
Once you launch the DumpMedia Apple Music Converter, you will see the list of your songs. Choose the songs you want to convert. Just check the box of the song you want to convert. If you want to convert more than one song, go right ahead and do it.
Scroll down on the DumpMedia Apple Music Converter and click on Output Format. Choose MP3 and select the folder you want to save your song or playlist on.
Click on the Convert button you see on the right, bottom part of the DumpMedia Apple Music Converter. That’s it. You’ve just converted your iTunes playlist to MP3.
Tunefab Apple Music Converter is another option you can look into. Take a look at the steps below on how to use it to convert iTunes to MP3.
Now that you’ve converted your iTunes to MP3, you are all set to import iTunes playlists to Spotify. Here are the steps for you to follow.
There you have it. You can use Spotify to listen to your iTunes playlist. It’s not that you can’t do it anymore, you just have to follow more steps to be able to make use of Spotify to listen to your iTunes playlist.
Importing iTunes playlists to Spotify is just totally impossible if you don’t convert to MP3. There’s just no way you can merge or combine your songs into one streaming service if you don’t convert to MP3. Nonetheless, it’s still pretty easy to import iTunes playlists to Spotify.
Have you tried converting your iTunes playlist to MP3? If yes, how did you go about doing it? We, together with our readers, would love to hear from you.