How to convert Spotify playlists to Apple Music playlists

STAMP, the “Spotify to Apple Music Playlist” aims to convert your Spotify to Apple Music Playlists automatically without any interaction from your side.

How to import Spotify to Apple Music:
1. Export your Spotify playlist using Exportify
2. Import using STAMP

It’s free, but keep in mind that @Stoklos spent time developing it, so buy @Stoklos a beer!

More info in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: If you’ve tested this, please let us know how/if it worked below.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]


  1. Doing it right now with a long playlist from Spotify.

    Just head over to the site for Exportify, it will ask you to log in to Spotify, then it will show a list of your playlists. Choose the ones you want, click download, and it will give you CSV files.

    Download STAMP, open it up, and it will give you a file selection window. Select the CSV you want, it will ask for access to the mac Accessibility features. Once enabled, it will start a scripted process of searching for the songs in Apple Music and add it to the created playlist.

    It can take a while it seems.

  2. Here are the steps you need to take to export your Spotify playlists and convert them with the iSpotMusic [link: app:

    • Before you begin, export your Spotify playlists as .csv file, using chrome extension “Spotify Playlist Export” [link:

    • 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.

  3. Recommend TunesKit Spotify Music Converter to you. It’s really good. I can convert any playlist on Spotify to Apple music via this software. This is a very professional spotify music converter and downloader which specializes in downloading and converting all Spotify music songs, playlists, albums, and artists to MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, M4A and M4B losslessly.

  4. I have tried to use STAMP to transfer Spotify playlist to Apple Music playlists for playback. But the STAMP needs me to pay for it and it doesn’t transfer the real files to Apple Music but the title of each song. I still need to download them on my iTunes. It’s not convenient.
    After that, I have tried another tool, called DRmare Spotify Song Downloader, which can download Spotify songs as iTunes supported import files. And then I can import Spotify local playlists to Apple Music for offline listening. No need to download them again.

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