Why would I want to move iTunes music library to Dropbox? Aside from the benefit of having all iTunes music tracks in sync and backed up, a lot of additional conveniences will be achieved by syncing iTunes music library using Dropbox. For example, you can easily get access to all of your iTunes media directly from any mobile device that has an official Dropbox app available. And you can share your Apple music songs to a friend whenever you like as long as you log into Dropbox.
Although the syncing part is fairly easy, it involves a hidden problem that you should know before you get started. All iTunes purchased songs are formatted as M4P and you are not able to listen to the M4P files on non-apple devices unless the DRM protection is removed. Don't worry, this guide will show you how to remove iTunes DRM protection and sync iTunes music library to Dropbox step by step.
How to Move iTunes Music Library to Dropbox
Apple Music Converter is a well-designed audio converter for iTunes music. It not only removes DRM from Apple Music songs, but also makes it possible to save them in MP3, AAC, FLAC or other audio formats. You can convert audiobooks to desired output formats with this program. And it lets you alter the conversion speed to up to 16X.
Apple Music Converter – Convert DRM-protected M4P to MP3
Apple Music Converter lets you enjoy Apple Music songs with multiple devices you have such as MP3 players, iPhone or Android phone with no limitation.DownloadDownload
Run Apple Music Converter on computer, and the latest version of iTunes must be installed previously.
The entire iTunes music library will appear in the Playlist section of the program. Click on "Music" to preview the songs, and select the item you like by clicking on them one by one.
Select the output format and output destination you like by clicking on the "Output Settings".
Go to "Convert" to start converting Apple Music to DRM-free MP3. If it fails to convert the files, you can fix it by restart the converting. When the conversion is done, go to the destination folder to check on the songs.
Download and install Dropbox on PC. After that, sign into your Dropbox account on its official websites www.dropbox.com. Click on "Add a file" > "Choose files" to upload all DRM-free iTunes music songs to the Dropbox folder.
Apart from Dropbox, you can choose other backup option that's right for you such as uploading Apple Music to Google Drive. Do you have any issues or question with moving your iTunes library to Dropbox or Google Drive? Let us know in the comments and we'll help you out.