When Apple Music launched at the end of last month, some users were frustrated by the difficulty of moving from Spotify to the new service—there was no easy way to bring your carefully-curated playlists from your past life along with you as you migrated to the new platform. But talent migrates to opportunity: less than two weeks have passed, and someone has already invented S.t.A.M.P. (Spotify to Apple Music Playlists). You download the app—it’s just for Mac users right now, though the site promises a Windows version is coming soon—hit the import button, and let it do its thing. While importing, the creators of the app suggest, “It's [a] good time for a coffee, walking the dog, or [a] quick nap.” At the moment, you can import 10 songs per session free, and paying 5 euros allows you to import unlimited playlists. Not a bad deal considering how much time when into those playlists in the first place.