Two Ways to Transfer Amazon Music to iTunes
Currently, there are many different streaming music services you can choose from, like Spotify, Amazon Music, or Apple Music. You may be using multiple music platforms at the same time. Or you've been using the same music application such as Amazon Music for years, but now want to try Apple Music. It is inconvenient to switch music accounts back and forth when playing various songs. Why not consider combining different music resources into one? You can choose to move music from Amazon music to iTunes. So how to transfer Amazon Music playlists or songs to iTunes and keep them playable even when we cancel the Amazon Music subscription?
Here we will introduce two useful methods in this passage. One is to directly add purchased Amazon Music to the iTunes library, the other is to move all Amazon Unlimited & Prime Music content to iTunes with NoteCable. Wonder more details? Let's explore how to transfer Amazon Music to iTunes now.
If you buy digital music from Amazon, you can download music from Amazon to store them locally and then import them to another media player like iTunes. Because Amazon sells these songs as open MP3 files without encryption, you can also download and easily add them to your iTunes library for playback or management using a computer. Follow the steps below and access your Amazon Music purchases in iTunes.
Step 1: Firstly open Amazon Music on your computer and select Library and click on "Songs" > "Purchased" option. You will see all the music you own.
Step 2: Next, Click the download icon next to the song or album. As the purchased Amazon Music has been downloaded in MP3 format, you can import the local files to iTunes directly.
Step 3: Simply launch iTunes and navigate to "File" > "Add File to Library" or "Add Folder to Library", then select the downloaded purchased Amazon Music for importing the songs to iTunes. Just a moment, they will be all uploaded to the iTunes library for local backup successfully.
It's easy enough as Amazon allows you to enjoy music purchased from Amazon Music on iTunes without any limitations. You can add Amazon Music to iTunes directly. But for streaming songs on the Amazon Music app, it's a little bit tricky, as we can not directly download Amazon Prime & Unlimited Music as local audio files from the app (because they are encrypted in special formats). That means all these titles can only be accessed and played within the Amazon Music app or web player, and can’t be exported for use on other apps and devices.
But no worries, in the following part, we will share you with an excellent Amazon Music Downloader to help you download songs or playlists from Amazon Music to your computer as local files. After that, you can transfer Amazon playlists to the iTunes library easily.
The smart music tool mentioned above is NoteCable Amazon Music Converter. It is a professional Amazon Music Converter, designed specifically for Amazon users to download or record any songs, albums or playlists from Amazon Music Unlimited & Prime to MP3/AAC/WAV/FLAC/AIFF/ALAC format without installing any extra software including the Amazon Music app. In addition, built with the ID3 recognition system, NoteCable also supports preserving the ID3 meta info on each corresponding audio output after the quick conversion. With the help of such a tool, you can remove the protection from Amazon Music songs and transfer them to the iTunes library.
Next, let's see how to download MP3 tracks from Amazon Music Unlimited or Prime Music with NoteCable and then add music to Apple Music library. Before that, please make sure you have downloaded and installed the program on your PC or Mac computer.
The Tool You Need:
Tutorial on how to Transfer Amazon Music Songs to iTunes.
Step 1Launch NoteCable Amazie Music Converter. And then you can choose App Mode or Webplayer Mode as your conversion mode.
Step 2After choosing Webplayer Mode, then log into your Amazon account.
Step 3Navigate to the 'Settings' menu on the left bar. You can set up the Amazon Music output format. The formats including MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, AIFF, and ALAC are available for you. You need to set the audio in iTunes-supported format. The universal MP3 format is suggested here. Besides, sample rate, bit rate, output folder, and output file name can all be adjusted here.
If you'd like to organize your music library better, you can save the output audio files into the folders sorted out by Playlist Name, Artist, Album, Artist/Album, or Album/Artist.
Step 4Add your Amazon playlist to the conversion panel. Start to browse songs, albums, or playlists you want to convert and locate your preferred tracks on Amazon Music. Next, click on the 'Click to add' button and NoteCable will list all songs immediately. You then just tick 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 View all your downloading history. You can click on the 'Converted' part on the left bar. All Amazon Music downloads are listed there. Further clicking on the folder icon after a single song, you can reach out to the downloaded MP3 files in your local place.
Step 5 Import Amazon Music to iTunes. Once you’ve downloaded and converted songs from Amazon to MP3, you can transfer Amazon songs to iTunes for playing. All you have to do is click File > Add File to Library and then start to browse the Amazon Music files you want to add. After adding them to iTunes, you can listen to and manage tracks on iTunes.
From this post, we’ve known how to get Amazon Music on iTunes in two different ways. You can directly add your purchased Amazon Music songs to the iTunes library for management and playing. But if you want to listen to all of your favorite Amazon Music songs on iTunes, you can try NoteCable Amazon Music Converter. It can convert Amazon Music to plain formats such as MP3 which is accepted by iTunes without quality loss. With NoteCable, you are free to download songs from Amazon Prime Music and Music Unlimited, then transfer them to iTunes for offline listening. Most importantly, you will never lose downloaded music data after canceling your subscription to Amazon Music.