There are various reasons why an Amazon user wants to transfer his playlists created on Amazon Music Unlimited to Spotify library. One of the reasons might be that you run out of money so that need a Spotify Free plan to save wallet, but deny losing your playlists crafted on Amazon Music Unlimited. This may or may not be your case, but in any case, we shall be looking into the possibilities of adding Amazon songs to Spotify.
Generally speaking, it is impossible to take Amazon Music Unlimited song outside of its app, as they are all protected. If you google “transfer Amazon songs to Spotify”, you will find most people suggest you record those songs with recording software. But please note, recording songs one by one is a painful task, will take a lot of time and energy. In this case, you may wonder if there is an easy way that can help you move playlist from Amazon Music Unlimited to Spotify.
The answer is yes. Here we'll discuss the top solution in the following parts to help you get out of this dilemma.
To move and enjoy Amazon Music Unlimited songs on Spotify, you first need to convert them to DRM-free format like MP3. Here you are recommended to use TunePat Amazon Music Converter. It is a professional Amazon Music converter, designed specifically for Amazon users to download or record any songs, albums or playlist from Amazon Music Unlimited to MP3/AAC/WAV/FLAC format without installing any extra software including the Amazon Music app. With the help of such a tool, you can easily get DRM-free Amazon music and transfer to Spotify library.
The following is the detailed tutorial to guide you to transfer Amazon Music Unlimited songs to Spotify. Please download TunePat Amazon Music Converter first before getting started.
Run TunePat Amazon Music Converter on PC, then log in your Amazon Music account.
Click on the Setting button to customize the output settings: Output Format (Auto/MP3/AAC/FLAC/WAV), Output Quality (256kbps, 192kbps, 128kbps) and Output Path. And you can choose your country/region. Here please select MP3 as output format.
Open a playlist, artist or album, then click on the Add button on the bottom right corner and select the songs that you'd like to convert.
After completing the above steps, the final one is clicking the button "Convert". Just a few second, it will succeed.
Once the conversion is done, you can find the converted Amazon songs in MP3 format by clicking the "History" button on the bottom right corner. Now please open Spotify and follow these steps for importing them:
Step 1 Open Preference setting. For Windows: Click on "Edit" and then click on "Preferences". For Mac: Click on "Spotify" and then click on "Preferences".
Step 2 Locate the section called Local Files (scroll down if you can't see it).
Step 3 Click “Add a Source” near the bottom to navigate to the desired folder/s which contain your music files. To sync the folder to Spotify's local folders list, highlight it using the mouse button and then click on OK.
After the above step, just click "Local File" in the left list, you can see the music you just add.
Convert Spotify Song, Playlist, or Podcast to MP3, AAC, WAV and FLAC.