Anyone who ever used any music streaming platform has two things in common: a huge collection of playlists and a few gripes with how things work within the platforms user experience. Change is a good thing and clinging to the first choice is more than often an unnecessary inconvenience. So today we’ll be fixing your problems with Apple Music by importing your playlists to Amazon Music.
You can check this page: Moving Playlists from Apple Music to Amazon Music
First and foremost, get an app that will handle the transfer. Stamp is available on iOS, Android and any desktop device out there so you know, get Stamp and moving playlists from Apple Music to Amazon Music will be a breeze.
Move playlists FROM Apple Music
After you launch the app you’ll get a list of music streaming platforms that Stamps operates on. Choose the source, the platform you want to import your music from – Apple Music. Just scroll through the list and select it. Stamp will ask you to log in: type your login and password for your account. This will allow the app to access your tracks lists and that’s the only information our app will need. All other account information is safe. Confirm and ‘log in’
Move playlists TO Amazon Music
Now, you will see another list of music streaming platforms – this time, you’re selecting the destination to which you want to transfer your playlists. Find and select Amazon Music. Again, Stamp will ask for the login and password so you’ll need to have your account created beforehand. Confirm and move on.
What playlists do you want to move?
Ok, now – you have a list of all the tracks that you’ve collected, organized into playlists, your playlists custom titles included and liked. This screen allows you to select which playlists you want to move. Note that the ‘select all’ checkbox is ticked by default, but you can browse the playlists and check out tracks you don’t want anymore. Click the button below the list to confirm your choice and…
…Wait. Your music is moving from Apple Music to Amazon Music now. It might take a few minutes – it depends on how large your collection is. The transfer won’t take long enough to start baking cookies, but you might manage to eat a few before it’s all over.
Once it is over, you’ll get a summary of the import operation. Namely, you’ll see how many tracks got moved.
Hope you have some cookies left, cause now you can listen to your music on Amazon Music and cookies will make it even better.