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How to transfer Amazon Music to Apple Music
If you’ve recently switched streaming services, you may wonder how to transfer your Amazon Music collection to Apple Music. Unfortunately, there’s no official way to do this. But don’t fret; third-party services can handle this, so you don’t have to find all your songs manually again. Here’s how to do it.
You can't use Amazon Music or Apple Music directly to transfer music. Instead, you must use a third-party service, such as Soundiiz, Tune My Music, or another option. To transfer your music, create an account with the music transfer service of your choice, select Amazon Music as the source and Apple Music as the destination, and then let the service access your music accounts to complete the process.
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How to transfer your Amazon Music playlist to Apple Music
While you can’t use Amazon Music or Apple Music themselves to transfer your music, you can use third-party services to do that. There are many you can choose from, and here are a few:
For this guide, we’ll use Soundiiz as an example. To use it to move your music from Amazon Music to Apple Music, do the following:
- Click Start now on the Soundiiz website.
- Choose a sign-in method that works for you, such as Google, Facebook, or create a new account with Soundiiz.
- Click Let’s go.
- Select Amazon Music and sign in to your account.
- Pick Apple Music and sign in to your account.
- Choose Amazon Music as your source, and select the playlists you wish to transfer.
- Set Apple Music as the destination.
- Soundiiz will ask you to permit it to access Apple Music and Amazon Music.
- You’ll see a screen showing you how long the transfer should take.
- Once the transfer finishes, you can see if there were any errors or missing songs during the transfer process.
Once the process completes, your Apple Music playlist should have the songs from your Amazon Music account. Give the list a scan to ensure it’s correct. If you notice anything missing, you can correct those manually.
Finally, you can revoke access from the service you used to transfer your tunes after you finish. For Amazon Music, you can do this by signing in to your account management page and clicking Remove. For Apple Music, you can do this in the For You tab > Tap on your profile photo > Apps With Access on iOS or For You > Click the three-dot menu > Settings on MacOS and revoke access from the transfer service.
Yes, because to transfer songs, you have to give the music transfer service access to your accounts. Thankfully, you can revoke access as soon as the process is complete.
That is up to you, but if you don’t want to pay for the old service anymore, you should cancel it. However, be sure to cancel it after finishing the transfer process, or you may lose access to all your songs.