Month: August 2019

Top 5 Streaming Audio Or Video Downloader

Streaming is very popular. We like to listen to muisc on Apple Music or Spotify. We like to watch videos on Youtube or Netflix and so on.  Have you ever thought that maybe you can download them for offline playing.


In the following, we will show the top 5 Apple Music downloader, Spotify Downloader, Youtube video downloader, Amazon Music Downloader and Netflix Video Downloader tool. Of course you can find more choices from the similar programs.

Part 1 Audio Downloader Tools

This tool can help users download any Apple Music files,  and save to MP3, AAC, FLAC and WAV format with fast speed.

As you know only when you subcribe Spotify Premium plan, you can download them. Now even you are Spotify Free user, you can download the Spotify files or playlists with its help.

Part 2. Online Video Downloader

There are various online video downloader, they have the similar feature which has the specific functions. Here you go:

Free Download videos from 1000+ websites, including YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo, Veoh, Dailymotion, Free Video Converter to convert local videos and website videos.

Whether the movies or TV shos from iTunes Store, you can also use it to download them and then play them as you like.

Recently more and more videos are supported by Netflix, and that is why Netflix Video Downloader exist. It is one of  the best solution to help you enjoy Netflix movies & TV shows on any devices without spending internet traffic and without disrupting Netflix limitations.

With Netflix Video Downloader, you can enjoy Netflix movies and TV shows on iPhone, iPad, Android phones & tablets, TV and any other MP4 compatible devices as well.


YouTube Music adds new feature to better compete with Apple Music and Spotify

Great news for YouTube Music fans who love listening to the latest music, as the music service is getting an update that adds an important new feature. The newly added “Released” playlist of the hottest 50 songs is something that Apple Music and Spotify have offered for quite a while now.


Spotted by 9to5google, the information was confirmed by YouTube Music, so if you visit the Released link, you find a list of “the hottest 50 songs this week, served up fresh to you every Friday.”

If you open YouTube Music, you’ll notice the Released playlist is highlighted in the Home feed, which makes it easier to access. Of course, you can continue to use playlists for the top 100 songs and music videos from YouTube Charts if 50 of the hottest songs are not enough for you.

And, just like Apple Music and Spotify, the list is refreshed every Friday, so you’ll have access to new songs every week. You can even add the playlist to your library and download it for offline playback if you don’t have time.

YouTube Music’s Released playlist is a little nifty feature directly aimed at audiophiles who want to be up to date with the latest trends in the music industry. But it’s also meant to bring the service on the same level as the competition.

How to burn purchased Audiobook to CD

If you have purchased a lot of Audiobook files, how to backup them?

Maybe it is a wise choice to burn the Audiobook to CD.

However the whole purchased Audiobook files are DRM limited, and you can’t freely burn them to CD like unprotected audio files. To burn them successfully, you need to try to remove DRM from the purchased Audiobook  with Macsome iTunes Converter and then burn them to CD with iTunes/

1 Remove DRM from Audiobook with iTunes Music Converter

Step 1, free download the latest version of iTunes Audio Converter, install and run it.

Windows Version Download

Mac Version Download

Step 2. Add Audiobooks to iTunes Music Converter.

Add Audiobook to convert

Step 3. Click the setting icon to set the output format and output folder. If it is necessary, you can also reset the related audio parameters.

Preferences output Settings

Now the output formats include MP3, AAC, FLAC and WAV, For Audiobook Conversion, you can only convert AA to MP3 and AAX to M4A. There is no other output formats to choose at the moment.

Step 4. Click the “CONVERT” button to start your Audiobook conversion.

Converting AA to MP3

After the conversion, all the DRM has been removed from protected Audiobook files, and you can burn them to CD now.

Burn MP3 to CD on iTunes

Step 1, Open your iTunes.

Step 2, Create a playlist, and add the converted MP3 songs to the playlist you have created.

Users can simply drag and drop the songs you want in your burned CD over to the playlist you just created. When doing this, you’ll see a small green circle with a white plus sign on it.

Step 3, Insert a blank CD-R/CD-RW disc, waiting until the disc is recognized.

The disk should be visible on your desktop. This whole process shouldn’t take more than 30 seconds.

Step 4, Select “File” and then “Burn Playlist to Disc.”

Burn music to cd on iTunes

Step 5, Figure out the burn settings. Adjust it so that the playlist is burned as you desire. Select “Burn” when you are ready to make the CD. In the settings, you can control:

  • The speed with which your computer burns the data onto the disk. Generally, the faster the burn speed, the lower the sound integrity.
  • The gap, in seconds, between songs.
  • The disc format: Audio, Mp3, or DVD. Most burned CDs will want to select “Audio CD” as their format.

Step 6, Click “Burn” and wait for your computer to burn the information to the disc.

Apple is reportedly in talks to let Siri play Spotify tracks


As we all know that later days if we want to use Siri to control Spotify tracks we need to transfer Spotify playlist to Apple music or do some other settings, now maybe you can directly use Siri to control Spotify directly.

You wouldn’t think that Apple and Spotify’s relationship would be thawing out anytime soon, given that Spotify has lodged an antitrust complaintagainst its streaming rival in the EU. However, the two companies are reportedly discussing a plan to let iPhone users play Spotify songs, playlists and albums using Siri voice commands, according to The Information.

When it unveiled iOS 13, Apple opened up the possibility of Siri working with rival music services via new SiriKit updates. If Apple and Spotify can work something out, you’d be able to play Spotify tunes using Siri from an iPhone without the need to open the app. However, Apple Music would still be the default music service for Siri on Apple devices, according to The Information‘s sources.

As part of its antitrust complaint, Spotify put up a website listing the reasons it feels Apple isn’t behaving competitively. Its main gripe is the 15 to 30 percent fee Apple takes on Spotify’s subscription service from the App Store. It feels that by acting as a gatekeeper to services like Spotify, while also offering its own app, Apple is competing unfairly.

Spotify originally said that “Apple won’t allow us to be on HomePod and they definitely won’t let us connect with Siri to play your jams.” However, as The Information notes, it changed the wording, which now reads: “Only recently, Apple announced that it will let us connect with Siri to play your jams…but fails to mention our name (‘I want to play [X] on Spotify’) and your HomePod will default to Apple Music.”

Google’s Assistant and Amazon Alexa both work with Spotify, but Siri does not. Apple has used that fact to push its own Apple Music service, which has tight integration with Siri, HomePod and Apple TV (As of recent counts, Apple Music has over 60 million paid subscribers, while Spotify has north of 100 million premium users.) In any case, the news — which should be taken with a grain of salt — isn’t likely to derail Spotify’s anti-competition suit in the EU.

Source from The Information.

Move the playlist from Apple Music to Spotify, yes you can

Some days earlier, jeffmclane187 asked for help:

“Gave Apple Music a try. Made a few nice playlists. But the interface was driving me mad, so I’m back to Spotify (with open arms?). Is there an easy way to import my recent playlists into Spotify playlists? Googling this seems to be just ideas on how to do the opposite. Maybe Spotify should have an easy import tool to go along with a “Come back to me” ad campaign?!?”


You can follow the next step-by-step guide to finish the move from Apple Music to Spotify process.

Step 1. Login your Apple ID, and here you can free download the music files offline.

Step 2. Free Download Macsome iTunes Converter, install and run it on your Mac.

Macsome iTunes Converter supports converting any Audio tracks including songs, albums, purchased Audio books and so on to MP3, AAC, FLAC and so on. Even the audio files are protected and limited with DRM, if you can play them on iTunes normally, you can convert them with its help.

Step 3. On the user interface, click “Add”, and then import the downloaded files from the library of iTunes.

Add downloaded audio files

Step 4. Click the setting icon, and set the output audio format and the output path.

Set output format

Step 5. Click “CONVERT” and start conversion.

Converting to Spotify Audio format

Step 6. Drag and drop the converted files to Spotify.

Now you can play the primary Apple Music playlist on Spotify as you like.

Drake’s surprise new ‘Care Package’ album collects his best one-off releases

All those one-off tracks Drake has fired off in between album releases over the course of his career? They now have an official home, thanks to his new release “Care Package,” which collects the many loosies the 32-year-old rapper has dropped in the past 10-plus years.

The album brings many of these songs to streaming services for the first time, featuring fan-favorite deep cuts including 2011’s “Club Paradise” and “Girls Love Beyonce” and “5am in Toronto,” both from 2013, as well as amusingly dated-sounding tracks like “Jodeci Freestyle” and “Draft Day.”

In an Instagram post, Drake described the album as “some of our most important moments together available in one place.”

“Care Package” is Drake first solo compilation album, and his first full-length release since 2018’s “Scorpion.” Over on Instagram, the rapper has been busy promoting his other efforts, including “Euphoria,” the HBO series on which he has a producer credit, as well as his forthcoming Toronto-based OVO Fest and other recording sessions for yet-to-be-announced new music.

How to play Apple Music on iPod Nano

It is known that, iPod Nano doesn’t have Wifi and so Apple Music can’t work yet. Does any way to download Apple Music and then convert them and transfer to iPod Nano? Is this way right?

Yes, his idea is great, and some Audio Converter tool makes it true. Macsome iTunes Converter is one of the iTunes Audio Converter tool used to remove DRM from iTunes protected Audio files, like Apple Music and purchased Audiobook and so on, and convert audio tracks to MP3, AAC, FLAC and WAV audio format, so users can play the converted Audio files on almost all Audio players like MP3, iPod Nano, iPod Shuffle, iRiver, Sony Walkman and so on.

Follow the next tutorial, you will know how to convert Apple Music to MP3 format for iPod Nano easily and quickly.

Step 1, free download the latest version of iTunes Music Converter, install and run it.

Windows Version Download

Mac Version Download

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

Step 2. Click “+” to import the downloaded Apple Music files.

Step 3. Click the setting icon to set the output format and output folder. If it is necessary, you can also reset the related audio parameters.

Now the output formats include MP3, AAC, FLAC and WAV, you can just to choose a suitable one and set the other parameters according to your need.

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

Step 5. After the conversion, you can connect your iPod Nano to the computer using a USB cable.

Step 6. Sync the converted audio files to iPod Nano with iTunes.

Step 7. After the above steps, now you can play Apple Music files on iPod Nano freely.

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