Rdio has shut down. This page is to help support people on their way to a post-Rdio life.
Exporting / Moving Your Rdio Data
Rdio Farewell is the official export site, available for a limited time. Grab your data while it's still there!
Below is a list of additional options. Note that while the official export is probably your best way to get the data out of Rdio, you still have to get it into a new service; the links below can help.
Keep in mind when exporting to other services that some of them have limits on how many tracks they'll store (Spotify is 10,000 tracks, for instance).
- Spotify's official Rdio import
- Rhapsody's official Rdio import
- Soundiiz Converter (imports playlists to a wide array of services)
- Move to Apple (Mac App that moves your playlists to Apple Music)
- DISCO.IO (import your favorites and playlists and match them to available online sources, on Deezer, Youtube and Soundcloud)
- Ivy (Spotify playlist importer)
- RIP Rdio An Rdio collection importer for Spotify by Doug Jones.
- Importing Rdio Playlists (and Your Collection) Into Google Music Blog post by Kevin Lawver
- Music APIs as of 2016 (also see this older post by Paul Lamere)
- Project Ideas
- Help Wanted: update RadioTide (for Tidal) to support the Rdio export file
- Help Wanted: update Rdio Export (for Google Music) to support the Rdio export file