Transfer Pandora to Tidal

Move all of your playlists, tracks, and favorite albums from Pandora to Tidal. With FreeYourMusic you can migrate your music in a minute without paying for a long-term subscription.

FreeYourMusic is available on all major operating systems: iOS, Android, Windows, macOS, Linux.

Once you install FreeYourMusic, it allows you to easily transfer your music:

1. Select Pandora as source
Use your Pandora account as a source and start the adventure of converting music with FreeYourMusic.

2. Select Tidal as destination
Select Tidal as a platform where you want to create a new playlist. All you need to do is just one button click!

3. Select playlists for a transfer
Find playlists, albums or tracks you want to transfer from Pandora to Tidal and select all the music you want to move.

4. Confirm your action and done!
The transfer is finished. Your Pandora playlists have been moved to Tidal and you can start enjoying your music. Everything in the blink of an eye.

Move your Pandora playlists and tracks

How many playlists can I move at once?

There are two versions of our application available: free and paid. If you are using a free version of our app, you can move one playlist per session. You can also buy the full version of FreeYourMusic, which will give you access to unlimited transfer per session. You pay only once and get lifetime updates and support.

How long will it take to transfer Pandora to Tidal?

It takes just a few clicks! Start by selecting Pandora as a source and then, select Tidal as a destination. Once you pick your playlists and albums for the migration process, FYM will transfer them in a few minutes or less.

Can I use YouTube as the source to move my music to Tidal too?

Of course. FreeYourMusic supports the most popular music services. You can transfer music from YouTube, Google Play Music, Deezer, CSV, Tidal, Amazon Music, Pandora Apple Music or Spotify—all you have to do s choose a playlist you want to move and next let FYM do its job.

Enter the music world with a whole new level of accessibility