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Someone Built An App To Transfer Your Spotify, Rdio Playlists to Apple Music


Someone Built An App To Transfer Your Spotify, Rdio Playlists to Apple Music

Still looking to move your favourite playlists to Apple Music?

For just $4.99, the OS X app provided by the folks at claims to be able to move your playlists from either Spotify or Rdio, over to Apple’s new music-streaming service.

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“Beyond importing your songs we also give you the playslists to import into iTunes,” the service says, citing that there are no handcuffs. “We don’t block your computer while transferring your songs, feel free to use it,” they explain.

“You can get everything done with few steps and get your songs on Apple Music.”

The software – which carries the label “Made with love in California” – has reportedly already managed to migrate 122,322 songs to the service, in just the first 7 days of its availability.

You can check it out here.

In an attempt to merge the worlds of music, design and journalism, Arron is perhaps best known for founding online news brand: RazorianFly; a hobby which grew to attract a monthly audience of 120K.

Today he can be found designing and writing for whilst also managing #THEHOTLIST - a weekly updating playlist of the hottest new artists, now streaming on Apple Music.

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Perhaps best known for founding online news brand RazorianFly, Cheshire digital creative Arron Hirst lives for discovering new artists.
Experimenting in alt-synth vibes through his own side project - STARRHINO, today his focus is rooted in the user's experience.

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