Learn how to download songs from Apple Music on your Mac permanently.
I'm an Apple Music subscriber. Is there any way to save my songs from Apple Music to Mac?
Apple Music is a music, audio, and video streaming service developed by Apple Inc. As a Premium user of it, you can enjoy more than 100 million songs and you can download them for offline playback. So if you are an Apple Music subscriber, it is easy for you to save your songs from Apple Music to Mac for offline playback. However, there are some limits if you download music from Apple Music app. First, the downloads are saved as cache files but not local files, which means that you cannot play them on Apple unauthorized devices. Plus, after your Apple Music subscription expire, you cannot listen to your "downloads" anymore.
So in this issue, we offer you the best way, that is using a music converter to save your songs from Apple Music to Mac, and AudiFab Apple Music Converter is one of the most professional tools in it. In the following guide, we will tell you how to download Apple Music songs with a subscription account, and also tell you how to download Apple Music songs to your Mac with AudiFab Apple Music Converter.
Here is a brief introduction to downloading Apple Music songs on Mac that you've added to your music library. After following the steps below, you can listen music offline with Music app. You can learn more from Apple Music's official website.
Open the Apple Music app.
Add music to your library.
Find the music that you've added from Apple Music.
On your Mac, click the "Download" button next to a song or album.
In this part, we will show you how to save your songs from Apple Music to your Mac permanently by AudiFab. You can just follow the tutorial step by step.
AudiFab Apple Music Converter is specially made for Apple Music users to effectively download Apple Music to Mac. It can convert Apple Music, iTunes M4P Music, audiobooks, and podcasts with ID3 tags. AudiFab will help you convert any Apple Music songs into MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, AIFF, and ALAC formats at up to 10x speed.
It keeps lossless audio quality and ID3 tags after conversion. It retains ID3 tags like title, artist, album, artwork, track number, disc number, year, comment, genre, album artist, and composer. Besides, there are some useful tools in AudiFab, such as: converting your local audio files to MP3/M4A/FLAC/WAV/OGG/AIFF, and editing ID3 tags.
Please make sure your Apple Music account is still in the subscription period if you want to use AudiFab Apple Music Converter to download Apple Music songs to Mac. Otherwise, AudiFab will not be able to convert Apple Music songs. You can unsubscribe from Apple Music after the conversion is over.
*For macOS 10.14 or below, download V1.4.3.
Open AudiFab Apple Music Converter.
Download, install and launch the AudiFab Apple Music Converter. AudiFab will detect the Music in your Mac and load your library automatically.
Import Apple Music Songs to AudiFab.
Click the "+ ADD" button in the middle, then it will show up a window that contains all your songs in your Apple Music Library. You can tick and choose Apple Music songs, podcasts, and audiobooks that you want.
Customize the Output Setting.
Click the "Settings" button (like the gear icon) on the upper right, you will come to the setting window. Here you can select conversion mode, bit rate, output folder, and so on. MP3, WAV, AAC, AIFF, ALAC, and FLAC are available to choose from. You can also choose the output path here.
Note: AudiFab supports sorting out the downloaded Apple Music songs by Artist and Album. If you want to save all the songs under the same folder, please select "None" in the “Output Organized” section.
Convert Apple Music Songs.
Click the "Convert" button and AudiFab will immediately start exporting the Apple Music songs as local files to your Mac. The duration depends on the number of songs you want to convert and your internet connection.
Find Converted Apple Music Local Files on your Mac.
Once all the songs are converted successfully, AudiFab Apple Music Converter will open the output folder for you. Now, your Apple Music songs are saved to Mac, and you can play them on multiple devices.
Note: You can also click the “Converted” button on the left, hover over the song, and click the "Folder" icon to get the downloaded files. Or go to the output folder directly you’ve set in Step 3.
If you want to save songs from Apple Music to Mac, AudiFab Apple Music Converter can meet your needs. It can help to convert any Apple Music songs into MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, AIFF, and ALAC formats at up to 10x speed. And it keeps lossless audio quality & ID3 tags after conversion.
AudiFab Apple Music Converter is free to try. It can be downloaded for free and converts the first three minutes of each audio file for sample testing. If the program meets your need, you can buy a license to unlock the time limit.
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