As technology develops, the way we listen to music has changed, with a trend from digital downloads to streaming music services. For digital downloads, we pay the songs or albums, after which we actually own the music files and can directly transfer them to our devices for offline listening. But for streaming music, we can get unlimited access to a large library with millions of songs of the service we pay for (ad-supported free version or around $10 per month) over the internet, yet we don’t exactly own the music. We’ll lose all access to the songs we used to listen to once we discontinue the subscription.
There are two regular ways to stream music for free on iPhone. One way is to sign up for a streaming music service providing with ad-supported free version, on which we are able to listen to the songs on the platform for free as long as we can bear the ads inserted in while enjoying music. Another way is to make full advantages of the free trial period that some streaming music services offer. What we recommend here is the latter method and below we are going to take the most popular streaming music service in the United States – Apple Music, as an example and show you how to achieve it step by step.
All the songs on streaming music services are in an encoded format and can’t be directly transferred to our devices. To get Apple Songs for free on iPhone, we must find a way to save Apple songs as local files before the 1-month free trial ends. In this article, we are going to introduce a simple yet efficient Apple Music downloader to you and show you how to download songs from Apple Music so that you can keep them forever and enjoy them offline on your iPhone whenever you like.
NoteBurner iTunes Audio Converter is a powerful music tool which is able to download Apple Music, audiobooks as well as iTunes M4P music and convert them to a popular format (MP3/ AAC/ WAV/ FLAC) at fast speed with lossless output quality.
Apple Music offers up to 1-month free trial for new subscribers. Please make sure you download your Apple songs to your computer with NoteBurner in the free trial period. Otherwise, you must subscriber the service to make NoteBurner work.
NoteBurner iTunes Audio Converter supports both Windows and Mac OS. Here we take the Windows version as an example to show you how to get Apple Music for free. If you are a Mac user, please refer to How to Get Apple Music for Free on Mac for detailed steps.
Usually a simple interface is able to get users be familiar with a program quickly. After launching NoteBurner and selecting "iTunes App" download mode, you'll see a concise interface as below:
Click "Add" button on the upper left. There will be a pop-up window which enables you to browse and select all your downloaded Apple Music in iTunes. Tick the Apple songs that you'd like to listen to on your iPhone.
Click the "Settings" button on the bottom left of the interface. Here you are able to choose output format (MP3, FLAC, AAC, AIFF, WAV, or ALAC ), output quality, conversion speed, as well as output path.
Click "Convert" button to start saving the Apple Music to your local computer. When the conversion is done, all the Apple songs you chose in Step 2 would have been downloaded to the output folder you set in previous step.
By clicking "Menu" button on the upper right of NoteBurner iTunes Audio Converter or directly going to the output folder you set in Step 3, you can find all the downloaded Apple songs on your computer.
From now on, you can enjoy your Apple Music even if you discontinue the subscription after the 1-month free trial. Now simply transfer them to your iPhone and you can listen to them for free whenever you like.
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