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MusConv Helps Easy Transfer of Songs and Playlists between iTunes and Amazon Music

by Marveric Watson SEOexpert
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

London, United Kingdom, May 26, 2020: iTunes and Amazon Music come from two top biggies, Apple and Amazon, and are considered to be two of the biggest music streaming service providers online. In the iTunes Vs Amazon Music comparison, both platforms are found to have excellent features on offer for users. However, none of them allows importing / exporting of playlists and tracks from one platform to another. MusConv has been designed to address this specific problem. 

This handy little program has been around for some time, and aiding people in migrating their chosen tracks and song playlists from iTunes to Amazon Music, Amazon Music to iTunes or any other top music streaming platform. 

It is a downloadable software that has been downloaded and used by thousands of music lovers already, and comes at a reasonable price – no matter which version of the software one goes for. It is also offered with a 30-day money back guarantee. However, this refund policy is not opted for, given that MusConv has satisfied almost every user with its amazing features that are absent in any other application. It is a unique software program for music aficionados out there. 

About MusConv
MusConv aids in facilitating music and video playlist transfer between different online streaming platforms, and avail varied features like duplicate track deletion, transfer of unlimited songs / playlists per session and more. 

For more details and further enquiries, please visit https://musconv.com/amazon-music-vs-itunes/

Contact Information
MusConv
35 Ivor place, Lower Ground, London NW1 6EA, United Kingdom
Email id: Support@MusConv.com. 
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