Are you looking for some useful methods to sync iTunes Library to Spotify? Previously, Spotify owned the function of importing iTunes Playlist to Spotify directly (File >> Import Playlists >> iTunes), but they just cancelled this function in 2018. There is no more 'Import iTunes' function, instead they launched a new feature 'Local Files' to sync iTunes music, downloaded music and music library to Spotify. If you want to figure out how, please read 'Method 1 ' in this passage to learn.
If you are worried that you will lose the qualification to listen Apple Music or Spotify Music once the subscription expires, you'd better read 'Method 2 ' for help. Because we've already solved this problem! Obviously, we can't restore your eligibility since Apple and Spotify own their rules. What we mention here is to download the real music files from iTunes, as well as download your purchased Apple Music or music which you subscribe in Apple Music. When you get these downloaded iTunes music files, you can import to Spotify client for playing.
In this method, you need to install both iTunes and Spotify clients on computer. In order to play syncing iTunes music on Spotify on your phone device, please ensure you have signed in both Apple account and your Spotify account. Now follow our steps below to see how to sync iTunes Library to Spotify directly.
Step 1: Set iTunes Preferences
Now launch your iTunes on computer and make some settings, please go to 'Edit' >> 'Preferences'. Don't forget to login your Apple account, otherwise purchased Apple Music will not be shared.
Step 2: Enable 'Share iTunes Library XML with Other Applications'
Select 'Advanced' option and enable 'Share iTunes Library XML with Other Applications', then click 'OK' to apply this setting.
Step 3: Set Spotify Preferences
Now launch your Spotify client on computer. Click on the '...' icon and choose 'Edit' option, then tap 'Preferences' to make settings. (Attention: This function is only capable for Spotify PC users to sync iTunes Playlists to Spotify.)
Step 4: Enable 'Show Local Files' & 'iTunes'
Scroll down until you see 'Local Files' and 'Show songs from' two options. Enable 'Local Files'. Make sure you have enabled 'iTunes' under 'Show songs from' option.
Step 5: iTunes Music Will Show in Local Files in Spotify
And now you can choose 'Local Files' in 'Your Library' in Spotify client. All iTunes songs will display in Spotify now, you can enjoy iTunes Playlists on Spotify as you wish.
I know that some of you may ask, "What's the difference between 'Method 1' and 'Method 2'? Since we've already synced iTunes music to Spotify directly, and that's the simplest way to do. Do we need to continue with 'Method 2'?"
Let me tell you why. In 'Method 1', syncing iTunes music to Spotify are online synchronization. Once you lose your Apple account or your Apple Music subscription expired, you will not be available to listen these music in iTunes anymore, as well as the synchronized iTunes music in Spotify.
'Method 2' gives you a smarter option to transfer iTunes music to Spotify. Even the above situations appear, you can still enjoy iTunes tracks in Spotify, computer or any other device. Now start to learn how.
There is no way to download iTunes music (as well as purchased Apple Music) previous until you met us here. iTunes Music Downloader is specially designed for Apple Music users to download iTunes M4P music, audiobooks, Apple Music to computer. In this part we will show you how!
This is the best tool to download real music files from iTunes Library and playlist. TuneCable's iTunes Music Downloader supports to download iTunes music and purchased Apple Music to computer. Once your Apple Music's subscription expired, you can still enjoy these songs offline.
TuneCable's Apple Music Converter provides four output formats which are MP3, AAV, FLAC and WAV. With these downloaded iTunes music files, you can transfer them to Spotify and every playable device for offline listening. TuneCable provide with both Windows and Mac version, you can know more features from: Windows Version / Mac Version
Step 1: Launch iTunes Music Downloader
First of all, please download and install iTunes Music Downloader on computer. Launch it and click '+ Add' to select songs which you want to download from iTunes to computer. You can select purchased Apple Music to download as well. (*Tips: Please make sure you have installed iTunes on computer and login with your Apple account.)
Step 2: Select Desired iTunes Music to Convert
All music in your iTunes Library and playlist will display in a pop up window. Simply select the songs which you want to download for and tap 'OK' to confirm your selection.
Step 3: Customize Download Format of iTunes
Tap 'Settings' icon from the menu bar to customize iTunes output format. There are four download formats that TuneCable's iTunes Music Downloader provide - MP3, AAC, FLAC, and WAV. In this part you can customize Conversion Mode, Output Quality, Output Path and other parameters at the same time. Close the window directly to apply your settings.
Step 4: Download and Convert iTunes Music
Before downloading these songs, you still can add more songs from iTunes Library to download. Simply click '+ Add' button to add more Apple Music songs to convert if you want, or you can simply click '×' icon behind each song to delete the one you don't want to download. Finally, click 'Convert' to download these selected iTunes music files.
Step 5: View Downloaded iTunes Music History
Once the conversion process has done, you can view downloaded iTunes music tracks in 'Converted' module. In order to check these tracks more intuitively, you can play these downloaded iTunes songs in TuneCable directly. Moreover, they all remain with the original ID3 information and TuneCable supports to edit the tag after conversion.
Notice: For trial users, TuneCable only allows to convert the first 3 minutes of each song. To enjoy the complete iTunes music tracks for offline listening, please buy the full version → Windows / Mac.
Step 6: Check the Real Downloaded iTunes Music Files on Computer
Click the icon behind each song to open the output folder directly. As you can see in the screenshot below, these iTunes Music files are real existed on your computer. Now follow 'Part 2' to see how to sync them to Spotify. (Tips: These download iTunes music files can save on every device for playing.)
Now you've got downloaded iTunes music files, what we gonna do is to import these songs to Spotify. We will use another way to sync iTunes music to Spotify. See how to do it.
Step 1: Launch Spotify Client on Computer
Now launch Spotify client and go to 'Edit' >> 'Preferences'.
Step 2: Add 'iTunes Folder' to Spotify
Scroll down to 'Show songs from' and click 'ADD A SOURCE' to import downloaded iTunes music to Spotify.
Step 3: Import Downloaded iTunes Library/Playlists & Apple Music to Spotify
Choose 'TuneCable iMusic Converter' folder and click 'OK' to import your iTunes Music to Spotify.
If you are not Spotify or Apple Music user but Amazon users, we still have other option for you. You can download and convert Amazon songs and playlists from Amazon to local forever. Or you can sync Amazon music to Spotify as well.
This Amazon Music Converter is aiming for recording songs, album and playlists from Amazon. Supports to convert Amazon music to MP3/AAC/FLAC/WAV audio formats and save on different devices.
Summary: In short, above are two approaches to convert iTunes music and Apple Music playlist to Spotify for playing. One syncs iTunes music online, the other downloads iTunes music files first then import to Spotify for offline listening. You can choose the one according to your needs.
iTunes Music and Apple Music downloaded by TuneCable's Apple Music Converter can save on various devices for playing. You can put these songs on USB, Power Point, video, Smart Home, etc. for playing and editing. You don't need to worry about the expired subscription any more. With TuneCable, you can easily enjoy music whenever you want! Now start to transfer iTunes music to Spotify!
On the contrary, if you are eager to know how to sync Spotify music to iTunes, please refer to 'How to Easily Transfer Spotify Playlists to iTunes Library' tutorial for help.
Download any track, album or playlist from Spotify without using Spotify App.
Supports to convert Amazon music to multiple audio formats and save on different devices.