How to Play Amazon Music on Windows Media Player
"I want to give Amazon Music a try. Is it possible for me to download the music to my computer? I'd like to use Windows Media Player to play Amazon Music songs."
Amazon Music allows customers to listen to music in a variety of ways. Users may buy songs and albums from the shop, as well as subscribe to Amazon Music Unlimited or Amazon Prime to obtain unlimited access to the music streaming service. However, can Amazon Music be played on Windows Media Player? Continue reading to learn how to do it.
Method 1. Transfer Purchased Amazon Music Songs to Windows Media Player
The simplest and most straightforward approach to downloading and transferring Amazon Music to Windows Media Player is to purchase tracks or albums from the Amazon Music Store. You can download Amazon Music songs to your computer and add them to Windows Media Player after making a purchase. The easy steps are as follows:
Step 1: Purchase the tracks or albums on the Amazon Music store. Then, open the Amazon Music app on your computer and find the single or album that you have purchased.
Step 2: Hover your mouse on the cover and click the three-dot button, then click "Download".
Step 3: Open Windows Media Player. Click "Organize" in the upper left corner, then "Manage Libraries > Music > Add", and choose the folder for Amazon Music. To find the output folder, you can go to "Settings" on Amazon Music and have a check.
It will show you the song in the Amazon Music output folder after you add Amazon Music songs to your Windows Media Player. Now you can listen to Amazon Music songs on Windows Media Player.
However, this method is only appropriate for a subset of Amazon Music's tracks and albums. Additionally, if you want to buy more albums or singles, that would be a substantial sum of money. As a result, we'll show you how to download Amazon Music tracks to your local devices using another method.
Method 2. How to Download Amazon Music to Unprotected Format
Another method for playing Amazon Music on Windows Media Player is to first convert the music to plain MP3 format. NoteCable Amazie Music Converter can assist you in finishing the job swiftly. It is a music converter for Amazon Music Unlimited or Prime subscribers. NoteCable Amazie Music Converter can convert Amazon Music tracks to MP3, AAC, FLAC, AIFF, WAV, and ALAC formats, allowing you to simply transfer and listen to the converted Amazon Music files in Windows Media Player. Up to 10X faster conversion speed and perfectly original sound quality exportation of NoteCable have proven right when you want some help to download Amazon Music without quality loss. To give you a general understanding of how NoteCable Amazie Music Converter works, below are the detailed steps for your reference.
The Tool You Need:
Step 1Launch NoteCable Amazie Music Converter on your desktop. And then you can choose App Mode or Webplayer Mode as your conversion mode.
Step 2If you Choose Webplayer Mode, click on the 'Log in' instruction to access the Amazon Music library. Bear in mind you have access to everything when you successfully log in with your Amazon Music Unlimited & Prime account.
Step 3Navigate to the "Settings" part on the left bar, you then set up the Amazon Music output format from MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, AIFF and ALAC. Also, you are supposed to personalize the output parameters in your preference.
Step 4 After the Amazon Music output settings, you can now add your Amazon playlist to the conversion panel to put them into effect. Open the playlist that you want to download and click on the "Click to add" button and NoteCable will read the whole playlist. You then just select the songs contained in that playlist. Finally, click the "Convert" to proceed.
But if you would like to convert the Amazon Music playlist in batch, you can click Add More to add other your preferred playlists and select the songs. By clicking the 'Convert' function, you can start the conversion.
Step 5 To view all your downloading history, you can click on the "Converted" section on left bar. All Amazon Music downloads are listed there. Further clicking on the folder after a single song, you can reach out to the downloaded files in your local place.
As you can find out, all the songs listed in your local folder are categorized as music files on your computer. That means they are in the open sources as MP3/AAC/FLAC/AIFF/WAV/ALAC format and don't have any digital right management attached.
Step 6The converted Amazon Music files can now be transferred to your Windows Media Player. Just go to Windows Media Player, and repeat the steps in Method 1, and you can listen to Amazon Music songs on Windows Media Player.