Tired of Apple Music? There are many choice if you want to jump from Apple Music to another streaming music service like Spotify, Tidal, Google Play, etc. Usually, Spotify must be the first choice for most people to replace Apple Music as it is the most popular streaming service all the time. It's easy to change the music streaming service from Apple Music to Spotify, but the problem is how to make sure you're not going to lose any of your favorite tunes. A lot of people are bothered by this question regardless of the free trial users or subscribers.
Since the Apple Music are protected by DRM, so it is no directly way to copy or sync Apple Music to Spotify. Then an efficient solution is converting DRM-ed Apple Music to plain MP3 or AAC format. Apple Music Converter is the program that can remove DRM from Apple Music, and convert all your Apple Music to MP3, FLAC, M4A, MKA, etc. at up 16X faster speed. At the same time, it will keep 100% original quality of Apple Music. With it, you can switch to Spotify from Apple Music with your favorite songs easily.
Apple Music Converter – Easily Move Apple Music to Spotify
This program offers a good method to help you transfer Apple Music songs to Spotify for enjoying.DownloadDownload
Part 1 Steps to Convert Apple Music to MP3
After launching the Apple Music Converter, iTunes will be opened automatically. Now you can open the playlist which contains your Apple Music songs and select them one by one. Batch conversion is supported by this program, so you can choose a whole playlist.
It offers 8 output formats for your choice. But you need to choose the format supported by Spotify like MP3. Simply set the MP3 as output format from the given options. If necessary, you can specify the destination folder by yourself.
Now find and click the "Convert" button. Then the conversion will be started immediately. Within few minutes, you can go to the output folder to find the MP3 copy of Apple Music.
Part 2 Steps to Transfer Apple Music to Spotify
Go to Preferences first. (Windows users can find it under Edit, while Mac users can find it under Spotify). Then scroll down to Local Files and select ADD A SOURCE. Then, you can find your Apple Music tracks under the Local Files tab in the main menu tree.
Now you need to create a new playlist to put the Apple Music into. Click on the New Playlist button down in the bottom left-hand corner of the Windows desktop client and then name it. Here for example, we created a new playlist named "Copied".
Once the playlist is ready, jump back over to the Local Files tab, and add the Apple Music you want synced to the playlist. Now you can freely enjoy Apple Music tracks on Spotify.
Finished! Now you should have no problems to transfer Apple Music songs to Spotify for listening after ending the subscription of Apple Music. With Apple Music Converter, you can also move Apple Music to your MP3 player, Kindle Fire, PS4, Xbox, etc. for listening.