With a major brand backing it up and a lot of publicity in the media, Amazon Music may seem a pretty tempting offer. Besides other convenient features, Amazon Music offers you the opportunity to upload music into the service itself, in a sense making it into your own broadcast station if you upload enough music into it to make a playlist.
Although if you’re into creating your own stations, you’re probably far better off switching over to the likes of Pandora. But hey, why not? You can add music to your Amazon Music Library using the Amazon Music Importer app and upload hundreds of tracks for free, or, for a low fee, upgrade to being able to upload thousands of tracks. You can get music from your PC and onto the service if you like, or get music from other sources like the Amazon digital store. So, in a sense, you can have yourself a merry collection of tracks you can easily listen to as if it was your own little radio station – and it’ll be just the best tracks you’re after.
However! If you’re not satisfied with the audio quality, which, we’ll admit, is not as high as that of, for example, Spotify and Tidal (256Kbps and 320 Kbps respectively) or want to be recommended new tracks by the likes of Pandora with its outstanding music discovery algorithms, you can quickly and easily get you tracks over to another service on the list of dozen of services MusConv can help you migrate between – all for less than $2 a year.
How does that work exactly, you say? Spotify, Apple Music, Google Music, Amazon Music, and YouTube are the best streaming services out there. But what if you want to listen to your favorite songs on another service? That’s where Musconv comes in. We transfer tracks between all major audio streaming systems. Our goal is to make the process as easy as possible for our users so they can focus on enjoying their music. Check us out!