How to use the new Google Music transferring your playlists Spotify
Through Google Music All Access , the Mountain View went onto the field to compete against small companies that have been consolidated based on a model of good quality of service as Spotify and Grooveshark . But that does not mean we do not want to try to decide which is better suited to our style of music consumption, static or mobile.
For that, there is an application called Portify , allowing us to transfer without too much difficulty saved playlists on Spotify to be heard on Google Music.
Portify is free and runs on Windows, Linux and Mac The author clarifies that the operation of this tool could violate the terms of service for both Streaming players, so the use is the responsibility of the users. He also notes that this development seeks to both companies, and other similar work in the future, with universal unique identifiers to label the contents, rather than through an API would be simple to solve.
Link: Portify Transfers Your Spotify Playlists to Google Music: All Access (Lifehacker)Tags: Google Music, Grooveshark, Música en línea, Online music, Recursos, Resources, Spotify, Streaming