How to Make Mega-Playlists Between Music Streaming Services

Ben Stegner 24-05-2016

Though music streaming services have a lot of features right in plain sight, there are a lot of things you could be missing in Spotify 4 Ways You're Using Spotify Wrong Without Even Knowing It Lots of people use Spotify. But are you using it efficiently? Find out 4 common errors Spotify users make. Read More and other popular music apps. For example, there’s no easy way to make a playlist between different services if you have people wanting to combine music from different places.


You can always transfer playlists between services How to Transfer & Recover Playlists of Spotify & Co. in Windows You never had more options to listen to music, but that can leave your playlists hanging in the balance if you switch from one service to another. Use this guide to keep your selections safe. Read More , but the new app Flo [Broken URL Removed] is designed to let you make a mega-playlist that pulls in music from anywhere.

The free app allows you to connect to your friends in close proximity and create a “Flo” for your tunes. Once it’s set up, anyone can add music to it and keep the party going — everyone needs to either be on the same Wi-Fi network, or connected to a hotspot that the host’s app creates.

The app seems to be designed for parties, as you can choose between two modes: one speaker and shared music. If you already have a great speaker, you can play music through that on the host’s phone and have everyone else add tracks.

Otherwise, Flo can play the music through everyone’s phone simultaneously, creating a pseudo-surround sound effect.

The app is only working with Spotify and SoundCloud right now (find out why you shouldn’t invest in SoundCloud Go Is SoundCloud Go Worth It? Everything You Need to Know SoundCloud Go is a new premium music streaming service designed to compete with the likes of Spotify and Apple Music, but is it worth paying for? Read More ), and you’ll need to be rocking a Spotify Premium subscription to use Flo. The iPhone app is the only way to use the service right now, but there’s an Android version in the works.


Despite its limitations, this is a groundbreaking app, and it should only improve as time progresses!

Will you check out Flo to share playlists? Let us know if you found this to be a good idea in the comments!

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Related topics: Playlist, SoundCloud, Spotify, Streaming Music.

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  1. Angela71
    October 13, 2017 at 6:05 am

    I use MusConv.com to use my playlist from one service and move them to another service.