23-12-2016, 12:32 PM
You may have downloaded songs from Apple Music. It will be ok if you just play it on your computers with iTunes, or on your iPhone. You may have also purchased some DRM protected M4P audio files from iTunes.
However, you may need to use these DRM protected audio files for some legal personal use such as inserting the music in a Power Point presentation, listening it on your mp3 or mp4 player like iPod, Sansa players, Anchros and PSP, or on your mobile phone like Samsung and Google Pixel. Unfortunately you will find that you are not allowed.
All these iTunes M4P and M4B files are restricted. Is there any way to remove this DRM protection and convert the iTunes songs to widely used mp3 files? Here is a software called Apple Music Converter which can help you convert DRM-protected songs to DRM free audio file like MP3, FLAC, AIFF, etc.
Key features of Apple Music Converter
• Remove DRM and convert Apple Music to MP3, FLAC, AC3 or AIFF.
• Unlock DRM from iTunes M4A, M4B and Audible AA, AAX audio books.
• Keep original sound quality after conversion.
• Provide up to 16X conversion speed.