How to Transfer Songs from Spotify to iTunes

Most of the songs available on iTunes are encoded in AAC format, 128 kbit/s with FairPlay encryption. They’re wrapped up as MP4 files using an M4P extension. Apple is very strict about its FairPlay encryption. FairPlay music files cannot be purchased from other online music retailers. Customers who wish to download songs from iTunes Store will need an iPod to play them or to convert files into an Open format. Two ways exist to convert MP3 music from M4P. You can either use iTunes for advanced users or a third-party program if you are a beginner.

Spotify is a platform for online streaming music that offers freemium features, with additional services available through paid subscriptions. Spotify generates its income from Premium streaming subscribers as well as third-party advertisements. Spotify’s Premium subscription offers more music options, including playlists and album downloads. Spotify lets users add music from their own computer, or import iTunes to Spotify.

Spotify doesn’t allow you to transfer or download Spotify music to iTunes, no matter if you are a Premium or Free user. We can still get help from third-party Spotify Converters. This article will explain how you can transfer your music easily from Spotify to iTunes.

TunesKit Spotify Audio Converter is the required tool.

It is easy to solve the issue with a music converter —-TunesKit Spotify Audio Converter. Both free and premium users can use this music converter to convert Spotify tracks, albums and playlists into iTunes. It can convert Spotify songs to MP3, AAC FLAC M4A or other popular formats ytmp3 audio.

The full tutorial: Transferring Spotify Music to iTunes

How to Add Spotify Music in Tuneskit

As a first step, make sure to install and download Tuneskit Spotify Music Convertor on your PC. Tuneskit launches and Spotify is automatically loaded. Choose the albums, playlists and songs you want to convert. Select the Spotify tracks you wish to convert and drag and drop them directly into Tuneskit. Alternatively, you can paste the URL of the Spotify song in the Tuneskit search bar.

Step 2: Choose MP3 as Output Format

Then, after successfully importing your music, select the [Preferences]>[Convert] option and select MP3 in the Format section. Besides the format, you may also change bit rate and sample rate.

The third step is to download Spotify Music onto your PC

TunesKit automatically unprotects songs after you click the “Convert” button at the bottom right. Once the conversion has been completed, you can click on the “Converted’ button to navigate the directory where your converted songs have been saved.

iTunes will now allow you to move your music files.

Click on the Menu Bar > File > Select the files to be added to iTunes. Locate the folder you created where the converted songs are stored and select them.

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