5 Reasons To Convert Your Apple Music Playlist To Spotify
If you're anything like me, you probably have a few friends who are die-hard Apple Music users, and a few who are Spotify loyalists. And, if you're anything like me, you probably find yourself using both services interchangeably, depending on which one has the song you want to listen to. But what if I told you that there was a way to use both services together, and that it was actually pretty simple?
Here's why you should consider converting your Apple Music playlists to Spotify:
Spotify has a better free tier
If you're not interested in paying for a subscription to either service, Spotify is the clear winner. With Apple Music, you can only listen to Beats 1 radio unless you're willing to pay $9.99/month. Spotify, on the other hand, gives you access to its entire catalog of music, ad-supported.
Spotify has better discovery features
Spotify's Discover Weekly and Release Radar playlists are two of the best ways to find new music that you'll actually like. Apple Music's For You section pales in comparison.
Spotify is more social
If you're the type of person who likes to share what you're listening to with your friends, Spotify is the way to go. With Apple Music, you can share songs and albums with your contacts, but that's about it. Spotify, on the other hand, has a whole host of social features, like the ability to follow your friends and see what they're listening to, and create collaborative playlists.
Spotify has better platform support
If you're not an iPhone user, you're probably out of luck when it comes to Apple Music. Spotify, on the other hand, is available on just about every platform imaginable, including iOS, Android, Windows, Mac, and even Linux.
Spotify is just better
At the end of the day, Spotify is just a better service than Apple Music. It has a better free tier, better discovery features, better social features, better platform support, and is overall just a more polished experience.
If you're still not convinced, I urge you to give Spotify a try. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised.