How to Transfer Tidal Music to Spotify
It takes time and energy to customize a music library for ourselves. No one wants to lose the music playlists due to transferring from a music streaming service to another, for example, transferring from Tidal to Spotify. It would be perfect if there’s a simple way to move Tidal playlists to Spotify.
Both Soundiiz and TunemyMusic are well-known platforms to transfer playlists between music streaming services. You can easily move playlists from Tidal to Spotify with several simple steps. Tidabie is a popular tool to download music from Tidal to the computer so that you can transfer Tidal music to anywhere you want.
In this article, we are going to show you how to use the three tools mentioned above to transfer Tidal music to Spotify step by step.
Note: Should you need to backup Tidal music, download mp3 from Tidal, transfer Tidal music to a USB, burn Tidal music to CD, etc., please skip method 1 & method 2 and jump to method 3, as the method 3 is the only way to do that.
Method 1. By Soundiiz
With Soundiiz, you can transfer your music between different (over 40) streaming services and manage your music data as well. Below is the detailed guide about how to move your Tidal music to Spotify by Soundiiz:
STEP 1 Open the web app of Soundiiz.
Open the Web app of Soundiiz, click Start Now and you’ll be asked to log in to your account. You need to sign up for an account if you don’t have one. You can also sign in with your Google, Facebook, Apple or Twitter account.
STEP 2 Connect to your Tidal account.
After logging in to your Soundiiz account, you’ll be directed to its interface. Select the Playlists category. Click on Tidal in the left panel, connect and log in to your Tidal account. Soundiiz would read your music library automatically.
STEP 3 Click the Convert icon in the toolbar.
Select the Tidal playlists that you want to move. Free users are limited to move the playlist one by one. You need to upgrade to premium to move all the playlists at one time. Click the Convert icon in the top toolbar.
STEP 4 Select Spotify as the destination.
Select Spotify as the destination, connect and log in to your Spotify account. The process starts. Once it’s finished, you’ll find the playlist in your Spotify account.
Method 2. By TunemyMusic
TunemyMusic is a similar platform to Soundiiz. It’s a rather simple way to transfer playlists between music services, and there’s no need to sign up for an account for TunemyMusic.
STEP 1 Open the web app of TunemyMusic.
Go to TunemyMusic website and click “Let’s Start”, you'll be directed to the start page:
STEP 2 Select Tidal as the source music platform.
Select Tidal as the source music platform and log in to your Tidal account. Select the Tidal playlists that you want to move. Free users are limited to transfer up to 2000 songs.
STEP 3 Select Spotify as the destination.
Select Spotify as the destination platform and log in to your Spotify account. Click Start Moving My Music to move the Tidal playlists to Spotify.
Method 3. By Tidabie
Tidabie Tidal Music Converter is a professional tool to download Tidal playlists to the computer so that you can import them to any other platforms or devices. It converts Tidal music to MP3/AAC/WAV/FLAC/AIFF/ALAC, keeping up to Hi-Fi/Master audio quality and ID3 tags after conversion.
Tidabie Tidal Music Converter
- Download Tidal songs/albums/playlists/podcasts locally.
- Convert Tidal tracks to MP3/AAC/WAV/FLAC/AIFF/ALAC.
- Preserve HiFi/Master audio quality and ID3 tags.
- 10x download speed & batch download multiple playlists.
- Offer tools of Format Converter, Tag Edit, etc.
- Enjoy Tidal music on WMP and other music players.
- Keep Tidal downloads forever after the subscription ends.
Below is a detailed guide about how to download a Tidal playlist to the computer so that you can import them to Spotify by the same way you import local files to Spotify.
STEP 1 Open Tidabie Tidal Music Converter.
Open Tidabie Tidal Music Converter and choose a download mode. You can select the app mode, which needs the TIDAL app and can preserve Master quality at 5x or 1x (on Mac) the speed, or choose the web player mode, which does not need the TIDAL app and can save up to HiFi audio quality at up to 10x fast speed. Next, log in to your Tidal account.
STEP 2 Choose output format and customize output path.
Click "Settings" tab in the lower left corner. Here you can choose the output format (Auto/MP3/AAC/WAV/FLAC/AIFF/ALAC), customize the output path, how you'd like to sort out the downloaded Tidal music, etc.
STEP 3 Add Tidal music to Tidabie.
To add the target Tidal tracks to convert, directly drag and drop the track/playlist/album title to Tidabie if you are using the app mode. Or you can open a Tidal album, artist or playlist, click the "Click to add" button floating on the Tidal web player if you are using the web player mode. Next, check the Tidal music that you'd like to download to the local drive and click on "Add" to confirm.
STEP 4 Export Tidal music to the computer.
Click on the "Convert" button, and Tidabie would immediately start exporting the Tidal music to the local drive.
Support for multiple playlists convert simultaneously ? Yes!
STEP 5 Import Tidal music to Spotify.
Once the conversion is done, you can click the "Converted" tab in the left bar or simply go to the output folder set in Step 2 to find the downloaded Tidal music.
At last, simply import them to Spotify in the same way you import local music to Spotify.
There are three simple ways recommended to you to transfer Tidal music to Spotify – by Soundiiz, TunemyMusic or Tidabie.
If you simply want to move the playlists from Tidal to Spotify, you can try Soundiiz or TunemyMusic.
If you want to download Tidal music to computer, transfer Tidal music to a USB drive, use Tidal music for DJ, etc, Tidabie is the recommended solution.
Soundiiz and TunemyMusic are freemium services. Soundiiz free users are limited to move the playlist one by one while TunemyMusic free users are limited to transfer up to 2000 songs.