I no longer have a Windows or Mac OS that is current any longer. I have migrated to Linux and need to know: how I get iTunes so I can get my Apple Music songs?
Just moved to Linux from Mac or Windows? Want to keep enjoying your Apple Music songs on Linux? Don’t worry, here we will share you the best method to play Apple Music songs or iTunes music on Linux.
For most of Mac or Windows users, iTunes is the primary way to download, stream and manage music. It's also a great way to buy music or stream tens of millions of songs with Apple Music. But once you migrate to Linux, you’ll find that Apple have not created an iTunes version for Linux due to the very small overall market share of Linux on the desktop, so it seems impossible to install iTunes and get access to any of your Apple Music tracks on Linux. Worse, you also can’t transfer your downloaded Apple Music songs to Linux to enjoy without authorization directly. Even so, it doesn’t mean that you cannot enjoy Apple Music with Linux.
To transfer your downloaded Apple Music songs to Linux for enjoying, you need to remove record them first. NoteBurner Apple Music Converter is a quite professional and user-friendlyrecorder software that enables you to download Apple Music files, iTunes M4P music and audiobooks, and convert them to MP3, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, and AAC format with lossless quality kept.
Launch iTunes Audio Converter on your Mac computer. And Click button, then you will see a pop-up window which will show you all the iTunes folders. You can add Apple Music files, audiobooks, and M4P audio in the pop-up window as you want.
Directly click button on the program interface, and then there will be a pop up window which allows you to set output path and output audio format. Output format as MP3, FLAC, WAV & AAC are available to choose.
When finish customization, click "Convert" button to start conversion. After conversion, you can click button to find the converted audio files.
After all steps above, now you can insert USB drive to your Mac and copy your Apple Music file to the drive, then move the file to you Linux for enjoying.
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