With Spotify premium plan, you can download music for offline playing, but you can’t share or transfer them anywhere outside Spotify app since the songs are DRM protected.
If you want to transfer Spotify songs to iTunes library, there are 2 steps:
1. Remove Spotify DRM and convert Spotify music to mp3.
2. Move the Spotify mp3 songs to iTunes Library.
In iTunes, click File > Add to Library, locate a file or folder, and click Open.
For step 1, you will need a professional Spotify to mp3 converter – Boilsoft Spotify Music Converter, which allows you to easily remove Spotify DRM and convert Spotify songs to plain audios such as mp3.
Related: If you want to transfer Spotify playlists to Google Play Music, check this tutorial.
Firstly, run Boilsoft Spotify Music Converter
Download, install and run Boilsoft Spotify Music Converter on your Mac or Windows.
We will take Mac version as example. The interface is shown as below:
Secondly, add Spotify songs, albums, playlists or artists
You can now drag&drop the playlists you want to convert to mp3 to the interface directly from Spotify App. If you are using Spotify web player, click Add Files icon and copy&paste the link of the playlist to the bottom input area. Boilsoft Spotify Music Converter will automatically load all songs contained in the playlist.
Click Add and you will see all songs on the interface.
Thirdly, start to convert Spotify playlists to MP3
Click Convert icon to start converting Spotify playlists to MP3. After conversion, you will get the drm-free MP3 music with 100% original quality and ID3 tags. Now you can transfer them to your iTunes library.
The default format is MP3. If you want to change output format(M4A, WAV or FLAC), click Option button. You can also set music quality by changing bitrate and samplerate.