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This is the main and most helpful feature of Apple Music Converter. By removing DRM from Apple Music, you can get full control over your Apple Music songs and playlists. You can even listen to Apple Music songs after subscription ended.
After converting Apple Music to MP3, you can play Apple Music songs on any devices, including playing Apple Music on iPod Nano, iPod Classic, iPod Shuffle, MP3 player, Android tablets, Windows phones, PS4, PS3, Xbox and more.
You can strip DRM from AA/AAX audiobook and convert AA/AAX to MP3 or M4A with full ID3 tags and chapter information. You are also allowed to convert iTunes M4B audiobooks to MP3, AC3, etc.
Apple Music Converter can automatically organize converted music files in different folders according to their titles such as artist, track ID, and artist. So you don’t need to manage the messy iTunes music library manually.
This tutorial will show you how to decrypt annoying DRM with Apple Music Converter so that you can get closer to your purchased Apple Music or iTunes songs.
If you have some M4P files purchased before, you can convert it to the universal used MP3 which you can play on any audio player and take the songs on the go.
DRM blocks specific devices from using the AAX files, meaning that you can only play the .aax format audiobooks on the one approved by the provider.
In this post we'll share some tips and tricks on how to download Apple Music in different ways: download Apple Music for offline listening & download and convert Apple Music to MP3 for personal backup.
When you try to sync offline tracks from Apple Music's streaming library to your iPod shuffle, you will get a message saying "Apple Music songs cannot be copied to an iPod." How to solve it?
The Apple Music Single Membership plan, yours for $9.99 per month, can be associated with up to ten devices. That includes Macs, Windows computer, iPhones, iPads, and Android devices.