"So I've already got Apple Music up and running on my iPhone 7, all my Beats Music playlists and songs are ported over without a hitch. But my Kindle Fire HD 8 just has the songs on my computer. So how can I have the same Apple Music songs and playlists on my Kindle Fire HD 8 as the iPhone 7?"
iTunes works great when it comes to syncing Apple Music between Apple products like iPad and iPhone. But if you also own an MP3 player or other portable gadgets like Kindle Fire tablet, then you might not able to sync Apple Music songs between those devices because of the format incompatibility and Digital Right Management issue. So what do you do if you want to listen to your Apple Music songs on a gadget that's not made by Apple? Have no fear! Here we'll discuss an effective and user-friendly way to sync Apple Music between devices (multiple devices included). Now run down to get started.
Apple Music Converter Makes a Difference in Syncing Apple Music
Apple Music Converter is an easy-to-use and reliable tool that can remove DRM protection from not just Apple Music tracks, but also iTunes M4P songs, Audible AA/AAX/AAX+ audiobooks and M4B audiobooks. Once the DRM restriction is removed, you are able to convert the Apple Music tracks to common audio formats like MP3, AC3, FLAC, AIFF, etc. which are all DRM-free. After that, you are able to sync Apple Music between multiple devices easily including iPod nano, iPod shuffle, MP3 Player, Samsung, Xbox One, Android tablet, etc.
Apple Music Converter – Sync Apple Music between Various Devices
Apple Music Converter is able to strip off DRM from Apple Music and convert them to DRM-free MP3 with high quality at up to 16X faster speed.DownloadDownload
How to Sync Apple Music between Devices
Download the program and finish the installation. After that, run it on your computer and iTunes will be launched automatically within seconds.
Go to "Playlists" from the main interface and then click on "Library" to select the Apple Music songs you would like to convert. You can click on the checkbox one by one to select the items respectively or you can select the entire album by clicking on the checkbox at the top of the menu bar.
You can select the output format you like for your Apple Music songs. MP3 format is the recommended output format. But you can also choose other audio formats like AC3, FLAC, AIFF, etc. as output format. If you want to convert your music at a specific bitrate, sample rate or codec, you can use this program to do it. It allows you to change output parameters flexibly.
Now you can click on "Convert" button to start converting Apple Music to MP3 or other format you like. The conversion process will be finished within minutes.
When the conversion is done, you can go to the output folder to copy and sync Apple Music to other devices like Squeezebox, Sandisk MP3 player, Archos device, Xbox One, PS4, Sony Walkman, etc. via the USB cable. I hope this guide can help you enjoy Apple Music in an easier way.DownloadDownload