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iTunes to Kindle: How to Play iTunes Movies on Kindle Fire

Wilson Kent
BY Wilson Kent   
LAST UPDATED: Dec. 23, 2016

Being a shining star in the tablet market, Amazon Kindle Fire is gaining popularity for its excellent performance on displaying eBooks and playing movies. However, unlike its strong opponent - iPad, Amazon Kindle Fire can't play iTunes movies directly. Restricted by Apple's FairPlay DRM protection, iTunes movies can only be played on Apple's devices in general.

Here comes a question. Is there any way to break the barrier so that we can play iTunes M4V videos on Kindle Fire series including Amazon Fire HD 7, Amazon Fire HD 8, Amazon Fire HD 10, etc.? Here is a solution we would like to offer to you.

To enjoy iTunes movies on Kindle Fire, you need to convert iTunes videos (which is protected M4V files) to DRM-free videos (like MP4) with a Kindle Fire video converter - iTunes M4V Converter (for Mac users) or DRM Media Converter (for Windows users). Follow the guide below to see how to use these DRM removal software.

iTunes M4V Converter - Play iTunes Videos on Kindle Fire (Mac)


  • Crack DRM from iTunes M4V movies, TV shows and music videos.

  • Convert and output iTunes M4V video to MP4 with no quality loss.

  • Retain all AC3 Dolby 5.1 Audio, AD, audio tracks, subtitles and closed captions.

  • Keep pace with newly released macOS 10.12 Sierra and iTunes 12.5.

  • 30X faster speed can save your time.

iTunes M4V Converter - Best iTunes M4V Converter for Mac

With iTunes M4V Converter, you can easily remove DRM from iTunes videos and play the videos on Kindle Fire.

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Step 1. Add M4V Movies from iTunes

Click "Add Files" button in the program to select the movies or TV shows from the video list.

Output Folder Option

Step 2. Start to Convert iTunes Videos to Kindle Fire

Once you finish choosing all the iTunes videos you need to convert, click "Convert" button to begin the process of converting iTunes M4V videos to MP4.

When conversion is done, you can go to "History" to find the converted MP4 videos. In addition, you can go to the output folder to find the iTunes video files and transfer them to your Kindle Fire via USB.

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DRM Media Converter - Convert iTunes Videos on Kindle Fire (Win)


  • Remove DRM protection from M4V, WMV, ASF, etc.

  • Convert both DRM-locked and DRM-free video/audio files to all popular media formats.

  • Fully compatible with all commonly-used Windows systems (10 / 8 / 7 / Vista / XP).

DRM Media Converter – Remove DRM from M4V to Play on Kindle Fire

Best tool for converting DRM-protected M4V to all popular media formats (MP4, WMV, ASF, etc.).

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Step 1. Import iTunes M4V Videos to the Converter

Click "Add Files" button, then import the iTunes movies that you want to watch on your Kindle device.

 Add Files

Step 2. Choose Output Format

Now pick an output format that can be play by Kindle Fire from the list. Have no idea which one to choose? Here are the Kindle Fire supported Format:

Kindle (AZW), KF8, TXT, PDF, unprotected MOBI, PRC natively, Audible Enhanced format (AAX), DOC, DOCX, JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP, non-DRM AAC, MP3, MIDI, PCM/WAVE, OGG, WAV, M4V, MP4, Dolby Digital (AC-3), Dolby Digital Plus (E-AC-3), AAC LC/LTP, HE-AACv1, HE-AACv2, MKV, AMR-NB, AMR-WB, HTML5, CSS3, 3GP, VP8 (WEBM).

Video Output Format

Step 3. Start Conversion

Now click the "Convert" button to begin to convert iTunes M4V videos to your desired formats.

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It's important to find out a way to crack the DRM protection from iTunes movies and convert them to Kindle Fire supported formats. Both iTunes M4V Converter and DRM Media Converter are good tools for getting rid of the DRM restriction. Now free download the trial version of them and have a try!


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