STAMP offers you the possibility to quickly transfer tracks and playlists between various music services, such as Spotify, GooglePlay Music, Apple Music, Deezer, YouTube, or Rdio. The utility can also move playlists saved as CSV files.
Connect to your music services and transfer playlist or tracks between them
Right off the bat, within the STAMP main window, you must select the source service for the playlists and tracks.
Depending on the service type, you must either log into your account and authorize the STAMP app to manage the playlists, or manually import the playlist files via drag and drop actions.
At the same time, your choice determines the destination possibilities, and you will most likely have to input the credentials for the output music services.
If everything goes well, STAMP will display the playlists detected in your source locations, and you must select the ones you want to move. Once everything is configured, all you have to do is wait patiently for the process to complete.
Monitor the playlists and tracks transfer, and choose to complete the task in multiple sessions
In the STAMP transfer panel you can see how many tracks are to be moved, and the number of playlists in which you have them organized. The same area lets you know how many songs have been matched, and how much time is left until the transfer completes.
Note that STAMP offers you the possibility to pause the transfer, and is capable to remember the last import configuration between sessions. As a result, you can move large playlists or music libraries during multiple sessions.
User-friendly solution for transferring data between various music services
All in all, STAMP proposes a fast and streamlined solution for transferring playlists between several services, or for importing playlists stored as CSV files.
The STAMP transfer configuration procedure is reasonably intuitive, and the utility can move the data in multiple sessions.