A port of portify to python.
But it actually works.
Transfers your Spotify Premium playlists to Google Music: All Access
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Install from pypi
$ brew install python3 $ pip3 install pyportify
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install -y python3-pip sudo pip3 install pyportify
sudo yum check-update sudo pip install pyportify
$ pyportify # Now open a browser to http://localhost:3132
Alternatively, you can copy all playlists easily using the
$ pyportify-copyall Enter Google email address: firstname.lastname@example.org Enter Google password: Go to https://developer.spotify.com/web-api/console/get-playlist-tracks/ and get an oauth token Enter Spotify oauth token: <access token> (transfer music) ...
Or, use Docker:
$ docker run -t -i --rm -p 3132:3132 rckclmbr/pyportify or $ docker run -t -i --rm rckclmbr/pyportify /usr/local/bin/pyportify-copyall
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