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Simple Way to Enjoy Apple Music on Archos Devices

Karlie Harris
Karlie Harris

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If you have an ARCHOS 50 Cesium or ARCHOS tablet, you may feel puzzled about how to access Apple Music on these devices. Although Apple Music released the Android version which provides an easy way to play Apple Music on Android. There are still no available Apple Music application for Android tablet, Windows smartphone like ARCHOS 50 Cesium (also including Playstation, Xbox, Blackberry and Roku). So, is it possible to play Apple Music on Archos Devices including ARCHOS windows phone and Android tablet? The answer is yes and you can find the answers about how to listen to Apple Music on Archos smartphone and tablet below.

Tutorial: How to Listen to Apple Music on Archos Devices?

Equipment Preparation:

• A Computer running Windows OS or Mac OS

• The latest version of iTunes

• Apple Music Converter


We all know, the Apple Music songs are encrypted by DRM (Digital Rights Management). Thus subscribers can only listen to the copy-protected Apple Music tracks on a limited number of supported devices. To get Apple Music available on Archos smartphone with windows system or Archos tablet, it is necessary to convert Apple Music to usual MP3 format via a professional DRM removal instead of common audio converter.


Therefore, this is why you need Apple Music Converter. It is specially developed to get rid of DRM restriction from Apple Music, iTunes M4P songs, Audible audiobooks, etc. Now you can easily convert Apple Music to free audio format including MP3, AC3, M4A, FLAC, AIFF, M4R, AU and MKA. Then you can back up the Apple Music or transfer the protected M4P music to any media device like Archos windows phone and Archos Android tablet.

Apple Music Converter – Convert Apple Music to MP3

With Apple Music Converter, you can convert protected Apple Music to MP3 for playing on Archos devices with the original ID3 tags preserved.

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Step 1. Run Apple Music Converter

Launch Apple Music Converter and then the iTunes will be automatically opened along with this program. Meanwhile, your iTunes media files will be loaded to Apple Music Converter.

Launch Apple Music Converter

Step 2. Add Apple Music Songs

Go to "Playlist" section and find the Apple Music catalogue. Then click the front box one by one to choose the Apple Music you are eager to convert. Or just use the search bar to locate the songs directly.

Select Apple Music Songs

Step 3. Set Output Format and Settings

On the bottom of main interface, you can choose the output format as MP3 from the drop-down format list. According to the official website of Archos. MP3 works best with Archos smartphone and tablet. Then you can continue to customize the output destination folder and output profile.

Set Output Format

Step 4. Convert DRM Apple Music to Archos

Then begin to convert the DRM-protected Apple Music to common MP3 format by clicking the "Convert" button.

Convert Apple Music to iRiver

Step 5. Transfer Apple Music to Archos

Next procedure is to transfer them to Archos smartphone or tablet. There are two ways to help you transfer the Apple Music to Archos smartphone or tablet.

• Add the converted Apple Music to cloud storage service like Dropbox, OneDrive or Google Drive. Then you can get access to them from Archos devices.

• Connect your Archos devices with computer via USB cable.


Really awesome, right? Now you can listen to Apple Music on ARCHOS 50 Cesium, ARCHOS 101b Helium, ARCHOS 133 Oxygen, etc. Next time, if you need to import Apple Music to other device, just follow the guide above. Really thanks for your support.


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