Last.fm to Napster

Soundiiz imports your playlists and favourites easily from Last.fm to Napster

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  • 44 music services supported
  • Transfer your playlists and favorites
  • No need to install any application

How to transfer playlists from Last.fm to Napster?

This quick tutorial will guide you to move one or multiple playlists from Last.fm to Napster

  1. Open Soundiiz and select the transfer tool
  2. Connect your Last.fm and Napster accounts
  3. Select all the playlists you want to copy to Napster
  4. Confirm your selection and start the transfer!

How to transfer albums from Last.fm to Napster?

We cannot transfer this kind of element to Napster. This platform could not support this type of data, or we are unable to retrieve this data from the source platform. Learn more

How to transfer artists from Last.fm to Napster?

We cannot transfer this kind of element to Napster. This platform could not support this type of data, or we are unable to retrieve this data from the source platform. Learn more

How to transfer your favorite tracks from Last.fm to Napster?

Do you have favorite tracks on Last.fm and want to move them to Napster? The steps below can help you:

Free (one by one) Premium Tracks Transfer
  1. Open Soundiiz and select the transfer tool
  2. Connect your Last.fm and Napster accounts
  3. Select all the songs you want to add to Napster
  4. Confirm your selection and start the transfer!

What is Last.fm?

Using a music recommender system called Audioscrobbler, Last.fm builds a detailed profile of each user's musical taste by recording details of the tracks the user listens to.

What is Napster?

Napster is a digital music streaming service developed by Rhapsody that gives you access to 40 million songs globally in every possible genre.

What is Soundiiz?

Soundiiz is the most complete online tool to manage your music library between multiple services. It offers a simple way to import and export playlists and favorites tracks, artists, and albums.