So, you use YouTube Music and are quite happy with this music streaming service. But at some point, for whatever reason, you decide to switch to another music streaming platform.
There can be many reasons, but one problem always arises – how to transfer your music library to another streaming service? After all, you spent a lot of time and effort in order to collect your music library on YouTube Music and you simply feel sorry for the results of your work, so you continue to use the streaming service. But there is a way out.
Unfortunately, there is no completely free service. In fact, no streaming service has the ability to transfer – probably dictated by the goal of retaining as many users as possible. To transfer songs and export your library, you need to use third-party applications.
Unfortunately, these applications are not free. They have free plans, but they are test versions for transferring a few songs. So if you have a short playlist that you want to stream, you can use any of the apps for free. If the library is more extensive, you will have to spend a few cents.
The MusConv application will be an effective solution and an effective tool for transferring.
Moving songs and exporting your library from YouTube Music or any other streaming service to any other service looks the same in every app, including the MusConv app.
In order to be able to use these applications, you must choose one of the proposed tariff plans. It can be free or paid. Of course, you can upgrade your plan at any time and opt out of the monthly paid subscription.
Next, log in to the application on the original streaming service, i.e. on the one from which you want to download the library. Then login to the target media i.e. to the platform you want to port the library to. Next, the application determines your playlists, downloaded songs and the rest of the library. Select the items you would like to donate. If the plan does not include this number of items, the app will not allow the transfer.
The application works well when we want to work with our playlists – share them, merge them or loop them. Here you can sort songs in collections by albums, artists and other filters.
These apps are intuitive and easy to use. It has an intuitive interface and additional features. In addition, this popular application somehow leads the user by the hand so that he can easily do what he wants. So go ahead, decide on the application and transfer the library from YouTube Music to the platform you want.
So, as it turned out, transferring your media library from one streaming service to another is not difficult if you choose the right tool for this and carefully follow the instructions for the user.