Some days earlier, jeffmclane187 asked for help:
"Gave Apple Music a try. Made a few nice playlists. But the interface was driving me mad, so I'm back to Spotify (with open arms?). Is there an easy way to import my recent Apple Music playlists into Spotify playlists? Googling this seems to be just ideas on how to do the opposite. Maybe Spotify should have a easy import tool to go along with a "Come back to me" ad campaign?!?"
This can be explained how to transfer your Apple Music playlist to Spotify. You know that both of them are totally different streaming services with different accounts.
Referral reading: Apple Music VS Spotify
There is no way that you can sync or copy them from Apple Music files to Spotify.
Here we can try the other way like downloading these music files from Apple Music, and converting them to MP3 or AAC, and then sync these converted audio files to your Spotify. And the problem gets solved.
You can follow the next step-by-step guide to finish the transferring the audio files.
Step 1. Login your Apple ID, and here you can free download the music files offline.
Step 2. Free Download Macsome iTunes Converter, install and run it on your Mac.
Macsome iTunes Converter supports converting any Audio tracks including Music songs, albums, purchased Audio books and so on to MP3, AAC, FLAC and so on. Even the audio files are protected and limited with DRM, if you can play them on iTunes normally, you can convert them with its help.
With Macsome iTunes Converter, you can also
Not only Mac version, the iTunes Converter also supports a Windows version for Windows users.
Step 3. On the user interface, click Add button, and then import the downloaded files from Music library of iTunes.
Step 4. Click the setting icon, and set the output audio format and the output path.
Step 5. Click "CONVERT" button and start conversion.
Step 6. Drag and drop the converted music files to Spotify.
Now you can play the primary Apple Music playlist on Spotify as you like.