Now that Apple Music is finally out, you probably have given it a spin and eventually fell in love with the app.
It is hard not to fall in love with Apple's streaming app; its much larger iTunes library plus better radio recommendation make it really a prime music app you can't miss.
And if you've finally decided to move from Spotify to Apple Music, your next step should be: export all your Spotify playlists and import them to Apple Music all at once. And that's the painful part as currently Apple hasn't rolled out yet its own migration tool that makes it easy to move, import your Spotify playlist to Apple Music. And no, both Exportify and Beats Music migration tool do not work either as yet.
The Fastest Way to Automatically Convert Spotify Playlists to Apple Music Playlists
If you can't wait to jump ship, Applefy seems to be the only best & painless way to transfer your beloved Spotify music playlists to Apple Music. But it only works on OSX right now and can be a bit buggy if dealing with music available in Spotify but not in Apple Music. Here's how to get started:
Step 1 Download & install the latest build of Applefy (3.02MB)
Step 2 Launch Applefy and login with your Spotify details.
Step 3 Select the playlist you want to export from the dropdown list and hit 'Save Playlist' button, as seen below:
Step 4 Navigate to your home folder and there will be a folder called Applefy (bring your Spotlight and search for Applefy. This folder contains your exported Spotify playlist containing MP3s.
Step 5 Open iTunes, go to the Playlists tab and make a new playlist.
Step 6 Drag the MP3 files into your newly-created playlist, and then Select all and right click and Choose 'Add to iCloud Music Library' (SEE DEMO)
Step 7 Once the songs have been registered, right click again and hit 'Remove download', you can now stream or download the full song using your Apple Music subscription.