How to Play Apple Music on Windows Phone

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Are you using Windows phone? Do you feel the music service provided by Microsoft is bad in experience and would like to look for something new or better, like Apple Music? But you would be disappointed as you may find out that Apple Music is not supported by Windows mobile yet, although it’s already available on computer-end and Android. But the good news is that it’s not the end of the story. You can still get solution to play Apple Music on Windows phone as you like.

In the following article, we’ll show you the complete steps to transfer the Apple Music streams to Windows phones for playback at anytime anywhere.

Tools You’ll Need to Get Apple Music in Windows Phone

To make Apple Music playable on your Windows based smartphone, you must subscribe Apple Music service firstly. Then you should download the songs onto your Windows or Mac computer. Another important thing you need to be aware of is that, music songs you downloaded from Apple Music store are protected by Apple’s FairPlay DRM technology. In this case, you are not allowed to sync and play Apple Music songs on Windows phones or other non-Apple playing devices. Therefore, in order to play the DRM-protected Apple Music files with Windows phone, you should use a third-party DRM removal tool to remove the DRM protection from Apple Music songs in advance.

Best Apple Music Converter Tool You’ll Need

Here you meet TunesKit DRM Apple Music Converter, an all-in-one and smart DRM removal tool for Apple Music, specially developed to remove DRM lock from offline Apple Music songs by converting the M4P music files to MP3, AAC, M4A, WAV, FLAC, and other common audio formats. With the help of this powerful Apple Music converter, you’ll freely share the Apple Music songs to Windows mobile phones with ID tags preserved. If you are running Mac OS X 10.8 or later, you should use TunesKit Apple Music Converter for Mac.

  • Completely strip DRM copyright from iTunes Apple Music
  • Convert DRM M4P to MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, M4A, M4B
  • Convert Apple Music songs at 30X faster speed with ID tags

Part 1. Remove DRM from Apple Music Songs

Now you can follow this tutorial to see how to get rid of DRM encryption from Apple Music M4P songs completely and fast with TunesKit Apple Music Converter.

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1. Add downloaded Apple Music files to TunesKit M4P Converter

Launch TunesKit Apple Music to Windows Phone Converter. Click “Add Files” button to load the M4P files you downloaded from Apple Music. You can also add the songs by drag-and-drop. It supports batch conversion so that you can import multiple music tracks to convert once.

2. Select output format

Click “gear” icon at the top right of the conversion window and choose the target output format as you like. Currently TunesKit supports most popular output formats, including MP3, AAC, WAV, M4A, M4B, and FLAC.

3. Start removing DRM from Apple Music songs

Now simply press “Convert” button at the bottom right to let it converting the DRM-ed Apple Music tracks to DRM-free audios. It will finish in seconds mainly depends on the amount of the songs you are converting.

Part 2. Transfer and Play Apple Music Songs on Windows Phones

Once conversion finishes, you can freely transfer the converted DRM-free Apple Music songs to your Windows phones. Here we’ll show you two simple ways to sync Apple Music tracks to Windows smartphones.

Put Apple Music Songs to Windows Phone via USB

Firstly plug your Windows phone to PC using USB cable. Then locate the device on your computer under the folder of “portable devices”. Double click to open it, and find the “Phone” icon. Open the folder and drag the converted DRM-free Apple Music files to the “Music” folder. Then the songs will be stored to your phone and you can access and listen to them as freely as you like.

Sync Apple Music to Windows Phones via Cloud

You can also backup those unprotected Apple Music songs and tracks to cloud storage services, such as Dropbox, OneDrive or Google Drive. Then you can access the files from Windows phone using the same cloud account.

Source page: http://www.tuneskit.com/apple-music-tips/apple-music-for-windows-phone.html.