Migration between music providers

We have developed an easy tool to help people migrate their playlists between different music streaming service providers

Online music services are very popular with anyone who loves music. They have a massive library of almost every song of all the artists around the world. There are millions of people who listen to their music daily through these providers. Users have the freedom to listen and sort through any Music of their choice.

They also have customization option with which they can create custom playlists in addition to service providers playlists. They are so convenient that a user can have a playlist for every occasion like Gym training, relaxation, house parties etc.

With the ease of online music services have come a new set of challenges and playlist migration is one of them. These playlists are locked for the user by the service provider and are not available for the same user in different service provider.

MusConv was created to help people around the world to migrate easily between different music services. The user can therefore have the freedom to choose between any service provider that he / she wants.

The MusConv application is available for free download for Windows / Mac / Linux platform. On successful completion of sign in process, the user can buy a service pack from MusConv whichever suits him / her best.

Once subscribed, the user can then choose the Source of old playlists, select the tracks and / or playlists to migrate. After that they can choose the destination service provider and the playlists and tracks will be transferred.

Users can choose unlimited number of music tracks or unlimited number of playlists for migration. All major music streaming service providers are supported by MusConv like Google Music, Amazon Music, Apple Music, Deezer, Youtube, Tidal, Pandora.

We also support the creation CSV file of the playlists. Some providers support CSV file import. So you can create multiple CSV files and also import CSV files of other users playlists. This is also useful to keep a backup of your playlists.

Music files come in many different formats and it is not possible for a user to have multiple music players for all music formats. MusConv will be able to convert your music files to another format and this gives greater flexibility to users.

Whenever playlists are created hastily it’s a common occurrence that they have duplicate tracks. We have an option to detect duplicate tracks in playlists during migration and delete them before migrating them. This can help free up some space in memory because of duplicate entries.

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