How to Auto-Save “Liked Tracks” from Pandora to Spotify
If you’re like me, you love Spotify but you can’t completely cut ties with Pandora. Not that Pandora is a Spotify equivalent in any meaningful way, but when it comes to discovering new music, there’s really no better source than Pandora.
The problem is: when I’m listening to Pandora, I have to pause the music and add new artists or songs to Spotify whenever I hear something I like. This is 2015. There has to be an easier way to add music to Spotify while keeping the party going on Pandora without any hiccups in-between.
Enter Pandify, a web app that creates Spotify playlists automatically based on your favorite Pandora tracks.
To get started, just enter the email address associated with your Pandora account and click Retrieve Data. Pandify will look for tracks that you’ve previously liked on Pandora and attempt to add them to Spotify based on genre filters you add in the next step.
After Pandify retrieves the titles you liked on Pandora, you can apply these filters to further sort the findings. For example, if you want to add a playlist comprised of just hip hop, you’d select that filter. Once you’re done, click the Create button in the left sidebar, and then export your playlists to Spotify.
Afterwards, check out our guide on how to use extensions to further improve the Pandora experience.
Did you find this helpful? Between Pandora and Spotify, which do you like better? Got any tips of your own that you’d like to share? Let us know in the comments!
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