I just tested usespotify.com with a Deezer playlist URL, and it doesn't like the full address anymore, because it seems to have changed if you check the explanation there. Anyhow, just leaving the numerical playlist ID in the input field is enough, and converting it worked fine then. I haven't figured out yet how to actually import the converter result to a Spotify playlist, but probably only overlooked something.
OK, it seems you can simply click on the Play button in the converted playlist in your browser, and then it will automatically play in the Spotify desktop software where you can highlight all tracks and save it to a new internal playlist.
By the way, if anybody is interested in the other way round, i.e. from Spotify to Deezer, this online converter works fine: http://spotizr.com/
- Now, open your command prompt (cmd.exe), and go to the Spotify app directory. It is propably in:
- Copy all the trackset text stuff from the notepad into your clipboard (access the notepad, and press Ctrl+A, Ctrl+C).
- It is a complete command that calls Spotify directly from the command prompt. Now paste in the command prompt and press enter. It will run spotify, opening it with the trackset listed. Now you can do whatever you want! 😃
wouldnt it great if these suppliers made it easy to complete these simplest of tasks but i guess its not in their own interest to make it easier to swap platforms, unless ofc youre migrating to their service!
I tried this one, but it gave me a list with single urls per song. Is it the way it is supposed to work? Once converted, should I just add every single song one by one? Not complaining, just trying to know if I did it correctly or if I'm complicated it all 😛 Thanks!
That's right, because Soundiiz has been updated with a full Spotify support, so you can import your Deezer playlists easily now by simply dragging & dropping them from Deezer to Spotify. You have to login to both sites first of course.
Have a look at MOOVAL (www.mooval.de) - it's a pretty new service but we already support Spotify, Deezer, Rdio and Simfy. We think that it's far more convenient compared to soundiiz as you can transfer all of your playlists in one go (or select only the ones you want to transfer).
As an added bonus we allow you to transfer your favorites (tracks, albums and artists), too!
Maybe there is an internal limit in the Deezer API which does not allow more than 400 tracks for one playlist. But the last time I used Soundiiz it automatically splitted my large Spotify playlists into several 1k Deezer playlists, as far as I remember. Maybe that has been changed back again in the meantime. And remember that you have to be patient and not close browser tabs too early, so the conversion is interrupted.