How to Transfer Apple Music Tracks to Google Play

Posted by Adam Gorden on April 28, 2017 16:25:02 PM.

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Apple Music and Google Play Music are two well-known streaming music services that both provide large music library with latest popular music and most of the popular music over the years. Google Play Music was first launched in 2013 and currently boasts 35 million songs, while Apple Music was officially launched in 2015 and their catalog includes over 30 million songs already. You might have been using Google Play Music for a long time but would also like to try Apple Music due to its great user experience and the three-month free trial subscription. In this case, you may encounter the problem or request that you want to upload the music tracks downloaded from Apple Music to your Google Play account so that you can access to all the streams within one account. If that's what you are looking for, this article will resolve your puzzle by providing a quick and permanent solution to transfer your Apple Music songs to Google Play.

Tools You'll Need to Stream Apple Music to Google Play

First of all, you should subscribe Apple Music service. It offers free trial for three moths, with which you can subscribe it for free and cancel the subscription at anytime you want. Once subscribed, you can freely listen to and download any stream from Apple Music store. But one thing needs to be noted is that because of the DRM technology applied to Apple Music tracks, you are not allowed to freely transfer and sync your offline Apple Music songs to Google Play or other accounts, let alone that the downloaded songs are not physically saved on your device and will withdraw from your library if the membership is over.

So overall, the most important thing before we can stream and upload Apple Music files to Google Play, is finding out a way or tool to get rid of the DRM lock from Apple Music. And the specific and exclusive solution we'll recommend here is ViWizard Apple Music Converter, a smart and professional DRM removal app that enables you completely and easily bypass DRM from Apple Music songs from protected M4P format to unprotected audio formats, such as MP3, M4A, AAC, WAV, FLAC, etc. If you are running Mac machines, you should use ViWizard Apple Music Converter for Mac then.

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Part 1. Unlock DRM Limit from Apple Music M4P Songs

Now we'll show you the simple steps to bypass DRM from Apple Music downloaded songs with ViWizard Apple Music Converter. Make sure you have downloaded and installed the proper version on your Mac or PC.

Step 1Add offline Apple Music tracks to ViWizard

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Run ViWizard Apple Music Converter. You have two options to add the downloaded M4P offline Apple Music files by either clicking "Add Files" button or dragging the files from the iTunes folder to the conversion window. You can import multiple music tracks to ViWizard once.

Step 2Set output format

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Once the Apple Music songs are loaded completely to ViWizard, you can adjust the output settings, including the output format, output path, audio bit rate, codec, etc. as you like. Currently ViWizard supports multiple output formats, such as MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, M4A, and M4B.

Step 3Start to remove DRM from Apple Music

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Now simply click "Convert" button to start removing DRM from Apple Music and converting the DRM-ed M4P files to other common formats.

Part 2. Upload Apple Music to Google Play

After the conversion, you should log into your Google Play Music account and access to My Music section. Click on the "Upload Music" button in the top right. Then you can choose the DRM-free Apple Music tracks and upload the files to your Google Play account. After it is done, you will have your music ready to go!


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