BotoNote iMazone Music Converter is a free Amazon Music converter that changes the format to allow you to listen to the songs offline. The free trial version has limited features, so you’ll need to subscribe to one of the packages to unlock the whole utility. Similar macOS apps are AMusicSoft Apple Music Converter and DumpMedia Spotify Music Converter, but they focus on other media types.
You can download music from both Amazon Prime and Unlimited, but only if you have access to those accounts for copyright reasons. There are plenty of formats, and you can even save podcasts on your Mac device. While you can edit tracks, you need to make sure you aren’t breaking any laws by doing so.
Download and convert Amazon music songs
Amazon Prime and Amazon Unlimited both offer subscriptions to loads of content. Besides games and movies, you can also listen to songs. BotoNote iMazone Music Converter lets you download music tracks to your PC so you can listen to them offline.
If you have a music editing tool, you can also make changes to podcasts or songs, or place them as background to your video. Of course, there are copyright licenses involved, so it’s your responsibility to make sure you aren’t breaking any laws.
Retaining track and album information
The formats you can convert to include FLAC, MP3, AIFF, AAC, ALAC and WAV. BotoNote iMazone Music Converter promises 10x conversion speed, but it depends on the quality you want to save and how long the track is. What’s essential is that it keeps the meta or ID tags that help show the song, album and author information when you play them.
Receiving regular updates
If you use the free version of BotoNote iMazone Music Converter, it will either expire or no longer receive any updates, and you may find it not functioning properly after some time. The only way to solve this issue is to subscribe to one of the member packages, which gives you access to free updates whenever they’re available.
Play Amazon music offline
BotoNote iMazone Music Converter is a convenient tool if you have Amazon music that you want to download and convert for offline playing. It’s not completely free, so you’ll need to see in the trial if it’s worth paying for it.
There are several formats you can save with a fast conversion rate. If you do opt for the membership, remember to keep an eye out for the updates.