By June 2016, Apple announced that paying users of Apple Music was more than 15 million. This was a new milestone. As the main streaming music service around the world, Apple Music has met the all needs of the streaming media service. In order to make all music everywhere, like traveling, walking, exercising, etc, more and more users pay much attention on how to sync Apple Music to iPhone. As some people asked: How do you sync playlists, favorites, etc between devices in the new Apple Music app? Here this article will show 2 easy ways to sync Apple Music songs to iPhone.
1. iCloud Music Library
iCloud Music Library, which is independent of yet complementary to Apple Music, is an option in both iOS 8.4 and iTunes 12.2 and is needed for advanced Apple Music features such as offline caching and remote streaming of an uploaded iTunes library. You can save any song in Apple Music to iCloud Music Library and share them to your other equipments authorized by Apple ID account. In this way, you can sign in to the same account on all your devices without manually sync your songs, albums and playlists. If you are an Apple Music member, you can turn on iCloud Music Library, and you can find all of your music in the My Music tab of iTunes on your Mac or PC, or in the Music app on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, then you can your music on any of their devices. Or you can download the purchased music from your Mac or iPad, the downloaded songs will also be synchronized to your iPhone or other devices for offline listening.
But some users complained that when turning on the option may not only delete local playlists but cause the songs that were in those playlists to be removed. And Apple Music is all about streaming. You pay a flat fee to unlock access to Apple Music’s entire catalogue, but you don’t actually own the music you listen to due to the DRM protection. The files don’t live individually on your devices; you’re instead just listening to tracks stored remotely that are owned by Apple. So if you want to sync Apple Music songs to your iPhone without DRM restrictions and own them actually, compared with iCloud Music Library, NoteBurner Apple Music Converter is a good choice.
2. NoteBurner Apple Music Converter
NoteBurner Apple Music Converter, also iTunes DRM Audio Converter ( For Windows | For Mac) is a professional and powerful DRM removal to convert DRM-ed Apple Music to MP3, FLAC, AAC, WAV for playing offline on your iPhone SE, iPhone 6S/6S Plus, iPad Pro, iPod, Zune, PSP, MP3 player, etc. And it also can convert iTunes downloaded M4A, M4B audiobooks and Audible AA & AAX audiobooks to MP3, M4A, WAV or M4B. iTunes DRM Audio Converter records audio files at 10X faster speed, and after converting, the ID Tags will also be saved, such as title, cover, artist, album, year, track number and genre.
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How to Remove DRM from Apple Music Files and Sync these Files to iPhone
Step 1: Run iTunes DRM Audio Converter on PC and Add Audio Files to Converter
Launch iTunes DRM Audio Converter on Windows and then click "+" button on the left top corner or “Click Here to Add Audio” on the bottom of the main interface. You can add your favorite Apple Music songs, albums or playlists downloaded.
Step 2: Set Preferences of iTunes DRM Audio Converter
Click the "Setting" button on the top right corner, and then there pops-up a window which allows you to set output path and output audio format (here you can choose MP3 as output format). In additon, you are able to set the output audio quality up to 320 kbps. And if you want to place the output audio files into album and artist folders, please check "Keep output folder organized".
Step 3: Start Converting
When all the setting done, click "Convert" button to start converting. After conversion, click the "History" button in the main interface to find the output audio.
Step 4: Sync Apple Music Files to iPhone
After finishing converting, you can use iTunes or Syncios to transfer these files to your iPhone devices. In this way, the Apple Music files are synchronized to iPhone devices, and you can enjoy it everywhere.
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