Month: May 2018

Ultimate guide to use Apple Music tracks to set as Android phone ringtones

Android Phone Music

When someone call you, a unique ringtone is very amazing. When you enjoy Apple Music songs, you find that you like it and want to make it as your Ringtone, how to do?

Don’t worry, this article will tell you how to make a ringtone from Apple Music songs for your non-Apple Phones.

Yes, it is very obvious that Apple Music is streaming music services with DRM protected. You can’t directly edit the Apple Music files and convert them or set as the ringtone for your Android Phone.

Here we ask Macsome iTunes Converter to help use convert Apple Music songs to the general audio formats like MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV and so on. And then users can set the converted Audio files as the Ringtone of Android phones.

Steps to convert downloaded Apple Music to MP3, AAC on Windows…

First, go to download and install the iTunes Converter on your PC, run it.

If you are a Mac user, please download the iTunes Converter for Mac version.

Windows Version Download

Mac Version Download

Second, click the button “+ “, you can choose the different iTunes library to add the audio files to convert.

Add Audio tracks to convert

Third, click Setting button to set the output format and output path before the conversion as your need.

Set the output format

Finally, click the Convert button to start converting.

Converting protected music files

Now when it finished the conversion, all the downloaded Apple Music songs have been converted to MP3 format, you can use transfer them to your Android phones with USB cable. And then choose some music song to go to the menu button to set the converted Apple Music songs as your Android ringtone.

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Tips to use Google Home to stream Apple Music songs


Google Home is a brand of smart speakers developed by Google. Google Home speakers enable users to speak voice commands to interact with services through Google’s intelligent personal assistant called Google Assistant.

Here is the guide of converting Apple Music and then transferring them to Spotify or Google Play Music with Macsome iTunes Converter.

Generally speaking, Apple Music are limited with FairPlay, that is to say, you can’t play them freely, unless you play or download them with authorized devices only, not to say that you want to transfer Apple Music to Spotify or Google Play Music and so on.

Yes, if you can remove the FairPlay limitations from Apple Music songs and then you can transfer the unprotected Audio files to Spotify and Google Play Music freely.

Macsome iTunes Converter is the tool which helps users decrypt the DRM protection from Apple Music and then users can get full use of Apple Music without limitations any more.

Steps to remove DRM from Apple Music and upload to Google Play Music

Step 1, follow the next download link to free download the latest version of iTunes Music Converter, and follow the instruction to install and run it.

Windows Version Download

Mac Version Download

Step 2. Click “+” button, and choose the music files you want to convert, and then click “OK”. Not you have added the downloaded Apple Music files to the program.

Please make sure that you have downloaded the Apple Music files you want to convert and they can work normally on your iTunes.

Add downloaded Apple Music songs

Step 3. Click the setting icon to set the output format or output folder.

Here are four choices including MP3, AAC, FLAC and WAV for you to choose. Here we choose AAC as the output format If you have some special need, you can also reset the related audio parameters.

Preferences output Settings

Step 4. click the “CONVERT” button to start your iTunes music converting.

Converting Apple Music songs to MP3

Step 5. Play the Converted Apple Music Songs on Google Home with the Voice Control.

First, log into Google Play Music account and head to My Music section, then click “Upload Music” button and choose the converted Apple Music songs to upload.

Second, Google Home connects to a Google Play Music account by default, but you can change it to somewhere else like Spotify, Pandora, and YouTube Red.

Finally you can ask Google Home to play the Apple Music you uploaded to Google Play account with voice commands, like “Play (song name)”, “Play (song name ) by (artist)” etc.

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Apple Apple Music Hits 50 Million Subscribers

CEO Tim Cook announced the milestone on Tuesday.

Apple Music’s numbers continue to inch up.

The streaming service now has 50 million users through a mix of paid subscriptions and free trials, CEO Tim Cook announced Tuesday during an interview with Bloomberg Television.

That’s an uptick of 10 million subscribers since April, when Apple Music passed 40 million subscribers. Cook did not detail how many of the 50 million users are free trials.

Apple Music still sits behind competitor Spotify, which has 75 million paying customers. One way Apple has looked to differentiate its product from Spotify is to offer original programming to its subscribers, including series Carpool Karaoke and Planet of the Apps. “We are very interested in the content business,” Cook told Bloomberg TV. “We will be playing in a way that is consistent with our brand. We’re not ready to give any details on it yet. But it’s clearly an area of interest.”

Apple is currently readying a large content push through its newly created original programming division, led by Sony TV veterans Zack Van Amburg and Jamie Erlicht. The company has yet to provide details about how its forthcoming shows, including a reboot of Steven Spielberg’s Amazing Stories and a morning show drama from Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, will be distributed.

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Yes, you can Stream Apple Music to Amazon Echo

Apple has its online music streaming service – Apple Music, and Amazon has its own online music streaming service – Amazon Music unlimited. Generally speaking, if you have most Apple products, you will choose Apple Music, or else you will choose other corresponding music streaming service.

You may encounter with the situation that: you have purchased an Amazon Echo, but you are an Apple Music subscriber, how to stream Apple on Amazon Echo easily?

Stream Apple Music to Amazon Echo


Generally speaking, if users want to use Alexa voice control to control Amazon Echo to play Apple Music, this is impossible and unrealizable, you know that Apple Music is not the built-in App of Amazon Echo. If you want to play Apple Music on Amazon Echo with your iPhone or other device which supports Apple Music App, just follow the Method 1. Or else, if you want to upload Apple Music to Amazon so as to use lexa voice control to play the music files, follow the Method 2.

Method 1: Stream Apple Music on Amazon Echo via Bluetooth

Yes, this method is very simple, what you need is just one setting steps. However this needs your devices which supports Apple Music playing working as well.

In the next example, we take iPhone setting as an example.

Click Settings icon > tap on Bluetooth. Then you will see Amazon Echo device after searching and just pair it with iPhone.

Open Bluetooth on iPhone

Method 2: Upload your downloaded Apple Music to Amazon so as to play them directly

Apple Music supports streaming music like Amazon Music Unlimited, which are DRM protected. That is to say, you can’t freely transfer them to other audio players even you have “downloaded” for playing offline

Similarly, you can’t upload these downloaded Apple Music songs to Amazon as well. If you can remove the annoying DRM, and then you can upload them to Amazon without limitation any longer.

Macsome iTunes Converter is the tool which you are looking for. It supports an ideal solution for converting protected iTunes Audio files, including downloaded Apple Music files, and purchased music and Audiobooks from and so on.

First of all, free download the Apple Music files you want.

Open your iTunes, and find your whole Apple Music category. And then select the Apple Music files, click “…” to add them to “Playlist”. After this, you can choose the Playlist and click the cloud icon to download it to play offline.

Second, free download the latest version of Macsome Apple Music Converter, install and run it.

Windows Version Download

Mac Version Download

Third, when you click “+” button, all the music files including the downloaded Apple Music files will be listed, now select them and click “OK”, and all the music files has been added. Batch conversion is also supported.

Add downloaded Apple Music songs

Forth, after you add these music files, now you can click the setting icon to set the output format and output folder. Here are MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV for kinds of users.

Preferences output Settings

Fifth, you can click “CONVERT” button and start conversion.

Converting Apple Music songs to MP3

Upload the Converted Apple Music Songs to Amazon

After the conversion, you can upload the converted Apple Music songs to My Music on Amazon from your computer. And then you can control the music playing via your Alexa device. supports free users up to 250 songs storage to My Music.

Now Run Amazon Music app on your PC or Mac and log in your ID, then drag and drop files from your computer into the Upload selection in the right sidebar under Actions.

Upload Apple Music to Amazon music

And then Select My Music > Songs > choose Offline filter in the right navigation sidebar and click the upload icon to choose the converted Apple Music files or folder to upload. And now you can start uploading.

Upload music to Amazon

After the above steps, you can use Alexa to play these songs on your Amazon Echo and so on.

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How to Move iTunes / Apple Music Playlists to Huawei P20 & P20 Pro

Generally speaking, Huawei P20 or P20 Pro are Android phones, if you want to stream Apple Music songs, you can download Apple Music for Android App, and then stream your Apple Music songs with the APP, but this need your Apple Music subscription.

If you want to transfer the downloaded Apple Music songs from your computer to the Huawei P20 or P20 pro via a USB cable, you may find that you can transfer only some audio files in iTunes Media Folder, but you can’t transfer the downloaded Apple Music files or even you can transfer them, you can’t play them normally.

As a streaming Music service, all the Apple Music files are DRM protected. With the subscription, you can play, enjoy and download these music tracks with the Apple account, but you can’t transfer them to other non-Apple Music player and devices.

So what can we do to remove the DRM and then transfer the downloaded Apple Music playlist to Huawei P20 or P20 Pro, the following guide will help you deal with problem.

Remove DRM from Apple Music and transfer to Huawei P20 and P20 Pro

To deal with the problem well, you need to free download Macsome iTunes Converter at first.

Macsome iTunes Converter is an ideal solution to remove DRM from protected iTunes audio files including Apple Music files, purchased Audiobooks and so on. After the conversion, the converted audio files can easily be played on Sony PSP, Sony Walkman, iRiver, Android Phones and Tables and so on.

Windows Version Download

Mac Version Download

Step 1, Double click to install the trial version of iTunes Music Converter on your PC, and then run it.

User Interface

Step 2, click the Add button and select audio files from iTunes library.

Load Downloaded Apple Music

After you choose the music files, click “OK”, and then all the audio tracks files you selected would be listed on the main window.

Step 3, Set the output format by clicking the Setting icon, here we choose MP3 format. And in the same way, you can set the output path and conversion speed (here we choose 10X) before the conversion as your need.

Set 10X conversion speed

Step 4, click the Convert button to start converting.

Convert M4P to MP3

After the conversion, you get the unprotected MP3 music files from protected Apple Music files. Now connect Huawei P20 or P20 Pro to PC via a USB cable and open the output Folder to choose the converted Audio files and then copy them to your phone.

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