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How to Export Tidal Playlists to Spotify

“Hi I've decided to switch over to Spotify from Tidal and I'm wondering how I can transfer my playlists. I have 4500 songs in just one playlist and I really don't want to do it manually. I know there are apps like Stamp or Soundiiz but they need a lot of personal information and I don't trust them. I’d prefer a simple and efficient way.”

Both Tidal and Sidify are music streaming services with a large music library. At present, Tidal offers more than 70 million tracks and Spotify offers over 70 million songs. It’s hard to tell which service is better. Tidal premium provides subscribers with the same audio quality as Spotify Premium users. Tidal HiFi enables users to get audios in higher quality with a higher subscription fee and Spotify offers a free-tier service. For a certain reason, a Tidal subscriber may turn to Spotify and a Spotify user may turn to Tidal in the end. There’s always a need to transfer playlists from one platform to another.

To export Tidal playlists to Spotify, you may turn to Soundiiz, TuneMyMusic or Stamp, but some people feedback that the apps need a lot of personal information and would prefer a more traditional and easier way. In this article, we are going to show you a popular and powerful way to export Tidal playlists to Spotify. Though it may take longer time, you can keep your Tidal playlists forever and import them to any other services like Spotify.

transfer tidal playlists to spotify

The way we are going to introduce is to download Tidal playlists to your computer first and then import the playlists from your local drive to Spotify. To complete the transferring, you need a third-party tool – Tidal Music Converter, a 100% clean program.


Tool Required - Tidal Music Converter

Tidal Music Converter is a useful tool to convert Tidal music to MP3/AAC/WAV/FLAC/AIFF format. It enables you to download Tidal playlists to your computer with four simple steps, with no need to install any extra apps. Besides, it keeps up to HiFi audio quality after conversion and preserve ID3 tags as well.

Key Features of Tidal Music Converter

Tidal Music Converter box

Tidal Music Converter

  • okDownload Tidal music to computer.
  • okConvert Tidal tracks to MP3/AAC/WAV/FLAC/AIFF format.
  • okConvert music at 10X speed.
  • okKeep ID3 tags after conversion.
  • okFree updates & technical support.

Tutorial: How to Transfer Playlists from Tidal to Spotify

Next we are going to explain how to transfer a playlist from Tidal to Spotify in two parts. In part one, you’ll learn how to use Tidal Music Converter to export Tidal playlists to your local computer, and in part two, you’ll learn how to import the downloaded Tidal playlists to Spotify.

By Tidal Music Converter, you can save your Tidal music as MP3/AAC/WAV/FLAC/AIFF files on your local computer with several simple steps.

Step 1Launch Tidal Music Converter and login to your Tidal account.

launch Tidal Music Converter

Step 2Choose the output format and customize the output path.

Click the "Settings" icon on the upper right corner, where you can choose MP3/AAC/WAV/FLAC/AIFF as the output format and designate where you'd like to save the converted Tidal music. Besides, you can organize the output files by Artist, Album, Artist/Album, or Album/Artist.

choose mp3 as the output format

Step 3Add Tidal Music to Tidal Music Converter

Open a playlist and then click on the "Add" button and select & confirm the songs that you'd like to export to your local drive.

add tidal music

Step 4Export Tidal Music to your Computer

Click the "Convert" button to start downloading the selected songs to your computer. Once the conversion is done, you can click the "History" icon to find the well-downloaded Tidal music.

Find the well-converted files

Now that you've got your Tidal playlists as local files, you can import them to Spotify easily.

Step 1 Launch Spotify app and login to your account.

Step 2Click on "Edit" and go to "Preferences".

Import Music to Spotify

Locate the Local Files section (scroll down if you can't see it).

Import Local Files

Step 3 Click “Add a Source” near the bottom to navigate to the output folder containing the Tidal playlist you have converted in the previous section. You’ll find music from that folder in Local Files in the menu on the left.

Select MP3 Files to Add

Final Words

By Tidal Music Converter, you can easily export Tidal playlists to your local computer, and then you can easily import them to your Spotify in the same way you import local files.

The Tidal tool is a shareware. It enables users to convert the first three minutes of each audio and convert 3 music files at a time for sample testing. You can download the program to check whether it meets your need and then decide whether you’d like to get it or not.