STAMP Transfer Music Playlists
by: FreeYourMusic LTD • 1.8K
Transfer your music playlists from one streaming service to another in a few seconds.
Are you dissatisfied with your current music service provider? Would you like to try a new streaming music platform? Do you want to move to another one but you hold back the decision every time you look at the size of your music and playlist collection? Would you like to transfer music playlists from one streaming service to another?
Too many music services don’t make it easy to transport your playlists, that’s why we have made STAMP app.
#STAMP comes with the right help!
Save countless hours on recreating your collection in a new service and continue enjoying your music! STAMP scans your playlists and imports them from a range of different music streaming providers; so far, we can move your music between Spotify, Tidal, Google Play Music, YouTube , and more!
Current Supported Music Services:
● Apple Music
● Google Play Music
● Amazon Music
● CSV files
How it works:
1. Select your current music service
2. Select your music service destination
3. Pick which playlist you would like to transfer.
4. Start to transfer your songs.
5. Voilà! It’s done.
Sounds too good to be true?
See for yourself by transferring up to 10 songs for free per session between any of the supported services. When you see how well it really works, upgrade your account and move as many songs as you want!
Start to transfer your favourite music lists and playlists between music services now! Transfer your songs wherever you want.
You are considering testing a new music streaming site but the concerns about moving your favourite music playlists are holding you back? If you use our application, you will no longer have this problem. Thanks to our mobile app, you will be able to easily transfer your favourite music lists to your new music service.
Import your favourite playlists and transfer them to another music service in a few seconds.
Don't see your service? Try Stamp Desktop which supports much more!
Shift your playlists across many popular music services.
Media which wrote about our mobile app:
● The Telegraph
● Cult of Mac
● Mac Rumors
● Gadget Hacks,
● Make Tech Easier
● Product Hunt