How to transfer my music list?

One of the most difficult and time-consuming aspects of digital music is transferring a library from one service provider to another. For example, when a user wants their Google Play account transferred over into Amazon Music. There are two ways this can be done. 

One way is by uploading all your tracks individually, which could take days or weeks depending on how much time you want to waste while not sleeping, eating, or doing anything else to get there faster. Also, how do you like to have some legal difficulties? The process of transferring songs from one service to another can be complicated and expensive plus limited by frameworks you didn’t even know existed. For example, Amazon Music will not allow you to transfer any music that is not purchased through their website. 

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Fortunately, MusConv is here to help make the process of transferring your tacks between  Apple Music, Google Music, Amazon Music, YouTube, YouTube Music, iTunes, Deezer, Tidal, SoundCloud, and many more legendary systems easier! It will allow you to transfer your music in just a few clicks. It’s compatible with dozens of today’s music streaming systems like Amazon Music, Tidal, Spotify, so it doesn’t matter what platform you use now! All of the steps are simple and quick. Here’s how it works. 

  1. Go to
  1. Download the client 
  1. Watch the video for an even faster and smoother performance 
  1. Manage your playlists 
  1. Get daily updated updated music charts on Apple Music, Spotify, Billboard, MTV 
  2. Export XML, TXT, CSV
  3. Import M3U, WPL, XML, CSV, XSPF, Web URL
  4. Choose a plan 

Enjoy it all for less than $2 a year. How? JFDI, get some wind in your hair, close your eyes and jump. Trust us. MusConv will not let you down. 

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