Playlist Maker for Spotify 4+

A faster playlist builder

David Lane

    • 3.9 • 16 Ratings
    • Free



Select a set of saved songs on the left side and add playlists on the right side. Simply drag from a song to a playlist and that song will be added to the playlist within Spotify!

Use this to scroll through your music and add to multiple playlists without having to navigate Spotify's annoying menus. Organize your music into playlists in a quarter of the time.

What’s New

Version 2.4.2

Fixed Crashes. Sorry!

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

The God of Chaos ,


It would be great to be able to make folders and move playlists into them, especially since Spotify mobile still doesn’t support it for some reason.

Westley0108 ,

Could use a sound feature

It would be wayyyy better if you could hear part of the song when you click on it.

Developer Response ,

Hi Westley, this will be in the new version added today!

MinecraftMillionaire ,

Cool, but what if…

Seems great for combining a couple playlists, but I was hoping for more extensive playlist editing features. I wish I could edit this monster of a playlist I have, but it takes so long in Spotify to move one song. It’s because of this I think you should make this app to answer that call. I would love this app if there was an option to select multiple songs at once to move into a specific section of a playlist. That way I can construct a better flowing playlist, I simply don’t have enough time to scroll to the bottom of my playlist and have to drag songs I recently added thru hundreds of songs to get the placement I want for it.

Developer Response ,

Hi MinecraftMillionaire, thank you for your review. This is a good idea. I’ll try and add multiselect capabilities when I add a playlist editing feature.

It might be a while since Im actively working on other projects, so for now, can I suggest a hacky solution?

-Decide an updated order for your playlist in advance
-Open up the current playlist on the left side in this -Copy it over chunks to a new playlist in the correct order using the multiselect feature

It’s not ideal, but if you do need to reorder a big playlist, it should almost definitely be a bit faster than Spotify’s UI.

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