Transfer to Apple Music is an all new Mac-exclusive software that’s skilled at transferring Spotify and Rdio playlists to Apple Music with a single click. This software has been developed by two guys from California who love to be called Move To Apple. The software is also able to convert your Rdio and Spotify playlists in the format supported by iTunes. The developers say that the software doesn’t block the PC while migrating the songs. The commercial price of the app is $4.99.
According to Apple’s Eddy Cue, Apple Music currently has 11 million users. 2 million users have taken the advantage of Family Plan. Most of the Apple Music users would be looking for ways to transfer their songs, albums or playlists from Spotify, Rdio or CSVs to Apple Music conveniently. Today we discussing another free software called STAMP that has been perfectly designed to allow you to import tracks from Rdio, Spotify and CSV directly to Apple Music. It is compatible for both Mac and Windows. This software provides you the option to pause the process of importing tracks. You can continue with the process at any time you want. Today in this article we tell you How to import Rdio, Spotify and CSV Files to Apple Music.
Yes, this is possible by this way that I’ve been discussed in the below article How to import Rdio, Spotify and CSV Files to Apple Music by just following he below steps.
Steps to import Rdio, Spotify and CSV Files to Apple Music
Step 1. First you need to download and install STAMP.
Step 2. Now you need to head over to System Preferences on your Mac.
Step 3. Here click on Security & Privacy.
Step 4. Now enable STAMP.app for Accessibility.
Step 5. Now, start importing tracks from Spotify, Rdio and CSV.
Step 6. That’s it! Now you are done.
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