Apple's offering onto the music services has been hit and miss over the years, but more often that not, they hot the mark. However, there are a few issues that users run into, namely being able to share tracks freely.
Apple offers multiple versions for people who use either a PC, Mac, iPhone or Android device to access Apple's services. But there are still many limitations that restricted you enjoy Apple Music freely.
For instance, you can’t sync Apple Music to iPod classic/shuffle, Sony Walkman, Xbox 360, etc. Neither can you import Apple Music tracks to iMovie or Final Cut for editing. This is where Tunefab Apple Music Converter for Mac comes into play.
TuneFab Apple Music Converter for Mac lets you convert Apple Music & M4P Songs to MP3 and other formats. It enables you to convert Apple Music to most common audio file formats including MP3, AC3, AIFF, AU, FLAC, M4A, M4R, and MKA.
It also supports converting M4B/AA/AAX Audiobooks as well. You can convert protected M4P, M4B and AA/AAX to DRM-free formats such as MP3, M4A, etc. with the original ID3 tags and chapter information preserved.
TuneFab Apple Music Converter for Mac also lets you extract audio from iTunes Movies, TV shows and music videos, and then export as MP3, AC3, MKA, FLAC, etc.
TuneFab Apple Music Converter for Mac is a great little app.
In fact, it's the kind of app that Apple probably wishes didn’t exist. But it does. And that’s great news for everyone. It also scores highly across the web in terms of reviews and user satisfaction.
If you own a Mac, and if you're reading this, we're assuming you do, then we really feel you need this software. As anyone who has ever used Apple music and iTunes knows, Apple Music tracks are encrypted Digital Rights Management (DRM) which means you can only listen to your Apple downloaded music on certain specific devices such as iPhones, iPods (Big early on in the 21st Century; Google it!), Android Smartphones, iPhones, and Mac and Windows based operating systems. While that sounds like a fairly exhaustive list, it does have some fairly major drawbacks...
One issue is that you can’t transfer or copy music to your MP3 Player, game console, car audio etc. But perhaps the most major problem is if you uninstall Apple Music software or cancel your account, all your downloaded tracks are lost.
This is where TuneFab Apple Music Converter can help. TuneFab looks great and is simple to use.
Put simply, TuneFab Apple Music Converter gives you control over your own music and lets you convert Apple Music files into the standard audio file formats we all know and love such as MP3, M4A, MKA, and many others. Once you’ve done that you can listen to all your Apple Music songs on whatever device you want whenever you want to.
TuneFab Apple Music Converter can also strip the DRM AA/AAX from audio books and keep the full ID3 tags, and chapter information. Another top feature is the way that TuneFab lets your extract the audio files from iTunes Videos, including the audio from movies, and TV shows.
- Convert Apple Music to MP3, AAC, AC3, AIFF, AU, FLAC, M4A, M4R, and MKA.
- Strip DRM from AA/AAX audiobook and convert AA/AAX to MP3 or M4A with full ID3 tags and chapter information.
- Play Apple Music tunes on any device.
- Store and backup your music on any device in a format of your choosing.
- Extract Audio from iTunes Video.
- Create iPhone ringtone files (M4R) out of your Apple Music songs.
Overall, TuneFab Apple Music Converter is easy to understand and master. It lets you listen to your music offline, and is a fantastic piece of software. TuneFab is also free to try.
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