I have been using Apple Music since launch day on June 30. I love the For you feature right on the center of the new streaming service, as it displays themed recommendations throughout the day intended to fit ones state of mind.

I like the fact that Apple Music sits inside the Music app. Somehow I feel Apple’s new streaming service more accessible, because there is no need to download an additional app to start listening to my favorite songs.

If you haven’t tried Apple Music yet because you are a hardcore Spotify user and lack the strength to move all your playlists around, this new software could help you a lot to make the change.

I don’t have a lot of playlists on my Spotify account, so I didn’t “suffer” the change to Apple Music. Move to Apple wants to help people that have a wide range of playlists make the move as smoothly as possible.

Move to Apple is a Mac piece of software that enables you to move all your Spotify playlists to Apple Music with just two clicks.

Log in with your Spotify credentials, select your playlists and wait until the transfer is done. That is it.

The app also works with Rdio and doesn’t “lock your computer” while transferring tracks from one service to another.

This is how Move to Apple works:

Move to Apple has a $4.99 price tag and works with two computers. You can only buy it with a PayPal account through the official website.

At the moment, there seems to be few and complicated medthods to move playlists from different streaming services to Apple Music. Move to Apple looks like a good option, although we need to see how effective it is at the moment of transferring all the tracks.

Do you have a lot of Spotify playlists? Do you like Move to Apple? Let me know in the comment section below.