How to transfer your playlists from Spotify to Tidal

  • If you want to switch from Spotify to Tidal, you can transfer your playlists using a service like Tune My Music.
  • Tune My Music is free if you have less than 500 tracks to move, but if you have a large Spotify library, you can upgrade to Tune My Music Premium.
  • Tidal is a popular alternative to Spotify, especially among audiophiles, as the service offers better audio quality.

Both Spotify and Tidal offer similar music


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abilities, so there are a number of reasons why you might want to switch between them.

Whether you want the best sound quality from Tidal (it offers lossless audio; Spotify doesn’t) or you’re not comfortable with Spotify’s business practices regarding the meager royalties it pays musicians while by making nine-figure deals for specific podcasters, it’s easy to make the switch and take your existing Spotify music with you.

Why switch from Spotify to Tidal?

Spotify and Tidal both offer huge music catalogs with tens of millions of tracks. This means that unless you have relatively esoteric musical tastes, you’ll likely find almost anything on either platform.

Perhaps the most compelling reason to upgrade to Tidal is the fact that Tidal has better sound quality. If you subscribe to Tidal HiFi Plus ($19.99 per month), many tracks are available in lossless high-fidelity format up to 9,216 kbps. Tidal even has a small selection of tracks encoded in Sony 360 Reality Audio, which is an immersive multi-channel surround sound experience.

Even using Tidal’s more modest HiFi subscription plan ($9.99 per month), you still get great 1411kbps IP sound quality with offline listening and the ability to skip unlimited songs. tracks. In contrast, Spotify’s highest possible audio quality is a measly 320kbps.

How to transfer your music from Spotify to Tidal

If you’re ready to switch from Spotify to Tidal, one thing you don’t want is to lose your existing library of Spotify playlists, especially if you’ve spent years building a personal library of music that you rely on daily. The good news is that it’s easy to import your existing Spotify playlists into Tidal so you don’t have to rebuild them from scratch. You can do this with a service called Tune My Music.

If you have less than 500 tracks to transfer, you can do it for free. More than that, though, and you can transfer just the first 500 leads or pay for the service’s premium plan, which starts at $2 per month.

1. Open Tune My Music in a web browser and click let’s start.

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To transfer your music from Spotify to Tidal, you can use a website called Tune My Music.

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2. On the Select source page, click Spotify.

3. Authorize Tune My Music to access your Spotify account by logging in if necessary and clicking Accept.

4. You’ll probably want to transfer all of your playlists to Tidal, so click Upload from your Spotify account. After a moment, you should see a list of your Spotify content, including favorite songs and artists, and a list of your playlists.

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In most cases, you’ll want to choose Upload from your Spotify account.

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5. Click on Select destination.

6. On the Select destination page, click Tide.

seven. Authorize Tune My Music to access your Tidal account.

8. Review the list of music that will be transferred, then click Start moving my music.

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Tune My Music will transfer 500 tracks and playlists for free, but you’ll need to upgrade to Premium for more.

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