Like the movies, audiobooks and other content sold from iTunes Store, the music tracks you subscribed and downloaded from Apple Music are protected by FairPlay DRM. Because of which, users can’t take the full control of the Apple Music songs at all but are only restricted to play the music streams on devices with Apple Music account authorization.
Many Apple Music subscribers may wonder whether there’s any possibility to break the DRM lock from the streaming music tracks so that they can freely transfer the offline Apple Music songs to any media player as they like. Fortunately, the answer is yes.
To help Apple Music users fully get the ownership of the M4P songs, TunesKit Apple Music Converter comes. It’s a simple solution developed to easily remove DRM protection from downloaded Apple Music songs and playlists by converting the M4P files to common MP3, AAC, WAV, M4A, M4B, etc. You can have a look at the following guide to see how it works to kill DRM from Apple Music with ease.
What you should do is to wait for the conversion finishes. Once it’s done, you can get the DRM-free Apple Music songs and enjoy them anywhere at anytime. You can now save the music on your devices forever without worrying about the DRM at all, even if you unsubscribe the Apple Music service someday.