Just because your playlist has grown to sizeable proportions isn’t a good reason to stick with a music streaming service you’re no longer satisfied with. There are several handy services that let you quickly and easily transfer playlists from one app to another, giving you the freedom to take advantage of more competitive pricing and exciting features.
There are a ton of great music streaming services out there: Spotify, Anghami, Deezer, TIDAL, the list goes on. If you’re considering moving from one service to another but the only thing holding you back is those playlists you worked so hard on building, then here are 3 useful websites that will help make that transition a breeze.
Tune My Music is the first service we recommend to people who want to transfer playlists between different music streaming services because it lets you move up to 1,500 tracks free of charge. Tune My Music supports many popular streaming apps, including Spotify, TIDAL, Apple Music, Anghami, Deezer, YouTube, and others.
In addition to transferring playlists between streaming apps, Tune My Music can synchronize two playlists, backup your entire music library to a file, let friends who use other music services enjoy your favorite songs, and more.
Free Your Music, formerly STAMP, is a multiplatform playlist migration solution that runs on Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, and Android. While not free, all basic features, including unlimited transfers and cloud backups, can be unlocked for a lifetime for just $9.89.
Regardless of which platform you use, transferring playlists with Free Your Music is always straightforward. You simply need to select your source and destination, select playlists for a transfer, and begin the transfer process. Free Your Music has been downloaded over 600,000 times so far, helping its users move nearly 700 million songs.
Out of our three playlist transfer services, Soundiiz boasts support for most streaming platforms. At the time of writing this article, 45 different platforms are supported, including Spotify, Anghami, Apple Music, Deezer, SoundCloud, Yandex Music, 8Tracks, Discogs, Emby, Movistar, and plenty more obscure ones.
With the free plan, you can connect all your favorite music platforms and convert your playlists one by one. The premium plan, which costs $3 per month when billed annually, adds music management capabilities and the ability to keep two playlists synchronized across different music streaming services.
How To Make Your Twitter Account And Tweets Private
How to make your entire Twitter account private to the public and choose which of your followers can view your tweets.
Although influencers, celebrities, and businesses use their Twitter profiles to promote products, services, or even themselves, the popular social media platform is still built around a base of everyday users sharing the news and opinions they care about most.
If you’ve built a Twitter account with a follower list of close friends and family, you may be happy simply interacting with people you know, and uncomfortable with the idea of strangers being able to see your Tweets. In that case, you’re in luck, because it’s relatively simple to make your Twitter account completely private so that only your list of followers will be able to see what you’ve posted and who you’ve interacted with.
In addition to making your account private to non-followers, you’ll gain an extra layer of security, as you’ll also be able to manually approve which followers can see your posts. Here’s how to change the settings to make your Twitter account private:
- Go to the Twitter website.
- In the left tab, click More, then Settings and Privacy in the pop-up menu.
- Click the Privacy and Safety tab, followed by Audience and Tagging.
- Check the box next to Protect your Tweets.
- Click Protect to confirm your selection.
In the Privacy and Safety tab, you can find additional settings such as Discoverability, as well as manage who can send you direct messages, and more.
- Open the Twitter app.
- Tap the Settings menu in the top-right corner (gearwheel icon).
- Tap the back arrow to see the full settings menu.
- Tap Privacy and Safety and next, Audience and Tagging.
- Tap the slider to the right of Protect your Tweets, which will turn green.
- Finally, tap Done.
It’s worth pointing out that you may have to toggle a different tab in order to view the settings icon in the top right of the screen.
Also Read: How To Lock Your Facebook Profile
How To Approve New Twitter Followers
- On the left menu tab, click More, then click Follower Requests in the pop-up menu.
- Click Accept or Decline for each request.
- Tap your profile photo in the top-right corner, then tap Follower Requests.
- Tap the green tick or red cross for each request.
So there you have it, your Twitter profile is now private and only the followers that you choose can see your posting activity.