An application that allows you to export playlists that you have defined in iTunes to a variety of playlist formats, including M3U, WPL, ZPL, and Centrafuse (MPL). This application simplifies listening to your music on 3rd party devices while still using iTunes to manage your music library.

The application allows the creation of standalone playlists, as well as supporting the ability to copy your music files to a target location using several organizational formats.

This application does not make any modifications to your music files.

What's New

Version 2.3

Minor Bug Fixes

Ratings and Reviews

Makes USB sticks for use in Cars a breeze


This tool is excellent at making USB sticks for use in cars. iTunes should support this feature nativley but it doesn’t….this tool makes life a whole lot easier! Thanks!

Best way to create Playlists for your other devices. PERIOD!


I was finally able to create playlists for my Garmin Zumo 550 GPS unit that I use for tunes on my Harley touring motorcycle. This is a big deal!  It worked great and was a perfect solution for my needs. We GPS users, like those of us who use the Garmins and TomToms, are a good market for this product. Everyone who has one of these units (or any other MP3 player for that matter) complain that they cannot create playlists directly from their I-tunes because the playlist that is created points back to your hardrive as the source for the song files thereby making it useless. This makes no sense when you are adding your song files to an SD card to use in another device. At last, someone who is smart enough to have addressed this. Thanks for solving this dilemma for me and so many others. Now the albums that I play have their songs presented in the same order in which the artist intended them to be.. not alphebetically. My playlist are now in the correct order too... not alphebetical. Thank you!



I have spent nearly an hour trying to get my Sony CMT-MX700Ni to stream music from my Mac. I found Serviio, which allows the stereo to accept the Mac as a server, and it picked up the two Windows Media Playlists I’d created a while ago. Then I found the Sony Network Remote which allows me to control the stereo with my iPhone, but it still wasn’t picking up my current playlist… And of course, that is the one I wanted! Searching for something led me here, and it was less than 5 minutes from download to running. It probably would have been even less time if I’d realized I needed to tell it to export the music file and not just the title. Definitely worth $5.
The stereo was a pain to use with Windows, and didn’t get used often. I was actually annoyed that I bought it instead of something less expensive… maybe it will get used more often now!

(And, I don’t often write reviews. When I do, I never give 5 stars unless the item REALLY deserves that kind of accolade!)


Eric Daugherty
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Rated 4+
© 2017, Eric Daugherty


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.