Nicolas Rogès

October 26, 2022

How to get Spotify Premium and import your music library?

Among the many existing streaming services, Spotify is often the preferred choice. We can even give you some statistics: in 2022, 350 million people had chosen Spotify as for Business of Apps.

Choosing Spotify means using the music streaming world leader: we agree it doesn’t mean much, but the service has a lot to offer. We have detailed some of its features in this article, which we advise you to read to be sure the brand with the green and black logo is the one that can meet your expectations. 

In recent years, Spotify has positioned itself in the podcast and audiobook sector, probably more than the competition, but without leaving the music part aside since the firm brags about adding about sixty thousand new songs daily. Yes, per day. 

Even more interesting, the Hi-Fi function, allowing you to listen to music in optimal quality, should arrive in the coming months. This long-awaited feature should allow Spotify to catch up with Apple Music. The rumors are intensifying, and Spotify HiFi could be on its way after a long wait. All the more reason to sign up for Spotify? 

You can follow the steps below according to the device you are using:


Why should you subscribe to Spotify?

Among the main reasons, we, at Soundiiz, like Spotify’s algorithm, based on your usual listening habits, but also able to make you discover a whole bunch of new artists. We can’t count the number of bands and singers that have made it into our favorites just by scrolling through the Spotify “Recommendations” page. 

We also like that the service is free, provided you can handle a few ads. This option also allows you to proof-test the service before paying a monthly subscription.

Whatever your reasons for choosing Spotify, be sure of one thing: Soundiiz is fully compatible with Spotify and you are all set to manage your music collection thanks to our service. 

Why use Soundiiz with Spotify? 

If already have subscribed to a streaming service before, then Soundiiz will probably be the perfect tool to get the most out of your subscription. On your Soundiiz account, you’ll be able to manage all your playlists in one place, split them into different parts, delete one or more songs, sort their order, and other pretty valuable things

For example, with the “Sync” function , you can create copies of your playlists on other platforms in case you want to use several services at the same time. This is one of the best things about Spotify when used with Soundiiz: you can create a free Spotify account, transfer all the playlists you want to Soundiiz and then transfer these playlists back to the platform you use every day, such as Apple Music or TIDAL. 

Changing streaming services becomes easy! You may also decide to leave a platform, such as Apple Music, to subscribe to Spotify. With Soundiiz, you won’t lose your data: the “Transfer” function allows you to copy all your music library in a few clicks and minutes.

And to make everything less stressful, here is a step-by-step guide to the Spotify subscription process. Let’s get started.


Subscribe to Spotify on iPhone

  1. On your App Store, download the “Spotify” application
  2. Click on the green “Sign up for free” button
  3. Complete the required information and click on “Create an account”
  4. Spotify will then ask you to choose three or more artists you like to start creating playlists suiting your taste
  5. Then click “Finish” and “Later” and you’re ready to use the free version of Spotify on your Apple smartphone!

Quick note: Unfortunately, it is currently impossible to subscribe to Spotify Premium from an Apple smartphone or iPad. Spotify has set up a site to explain why. Check it out to learn more about the background of the wars between the two major streaming services!

Subscribe to Spotify on Mac

  1. Visit https://open.spotify.com/
  2. Click, on the purple banner at the bottom of the page, on “Sign up for free”
  3. You can then either register via your Facebook or Google account or by filling in the white fields below
  4. You are now a Spotify subscriber! That was quick, wasn’t it? 

You can also download the Spotify app for Mac if you follow this link: https://www.spotify.com/us/download/mac/

Subscribe to Spotify on Android

  1. On Google Play, download Spotify and open the app
  2. Click on the green “Sign up for free” button
  3. Complete the required information and click on “Create an account”
  4. Spotify will then ask you to choose three or more artists you like to start creating playlists suiting your taste
  5. Then click “Finish” and “Later” and you’re now ready to use Spotify on your Android smartphone!
  6. If you’d like to sign up for a paid subscription, click on the “Premium” icon at the bottom right of your screen, choose the option you want, and follow the instructions!

Subscribe to Spotify on Windows

  1. Visit https://open.spotify.com/
  2. Click, on the purple banner at the bottom of the page, on “Sign up for free”. 
  3. You can then either register via your Facebook or Google account or by filling required inputs
  4. You are now a Spotify subscriber! That was quick, wasn’t it? 
  5. If you’d like to sign up for a paid account, you can go to the homepage and click on the arrow icon in the top right corner of your screen, next to your profile name
  6. In the drop-down list, click on “Upgrade to Premium” and then choose the plan that best suits your needs
  7. Once you have chosen your plan, click on the “Start” button
  8. You will then need to fill in your banking information and once it’s done, follow the instructions! 

How to import your music collection from another streaming platform?

If you decide to subscribe to Spotify there’s a lot of chance that you already used another music platform before. Maybe Apple Music, Amazon Music, Deezer, or another? If yes, be aware that you can easily import your playlists and also your favorite songs, albums, and artist with Soundiiz.

For example, you can easily convert your Deezer playlists to Spotify for free with Soundiiz.

Soundiiz can convert your music collection to more than 40 music services worldwide! That could include your playlists, saved albums, songs, and artists you follow on Spotify. That’s true for Apple Music, Amazon Music, Deezer, YouTube Music, TIDAL, and many others.

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