How to rip songs from Apple Music for free

If you want to convert Apple Music songs to MP3, then you’ve come to the right place.

For a long time now, we’ve been looking for a way to do exactly that, so we can preserve some of our songs from Apple Music in our libraries forever.

There’s nothing worse than an artist removing a song from Apple Music when they release a remix, only for the old one to never be seen again (we’re talking to you Britney, with the original version of Slumber Party!).

Though students can get Apple Music for $4.99 per month, it’s still annoying having to pay for the same songs every month, especially if you’re not into chart music – which is why we fell in love when we found this Apple Music to MP3 converter, designed for exactly that.

If you’re looking to convert Apple Music to mp3, then you need to get your hands on the TuneFab app, which allows you to convert any song from Apple Music to an MP3 so you can hold onto it forever, without having to worry about your subscription running out or an artist removing all of their songs from Apple Music.

Heck, with Taylor Swift planning to rerecord all of her old songs following the Scooter Braun Big Machine Label Group drama, there’s never been a better time to archive all of her old work and pay tribute to songs before they vanish.

Another reason why some people like to download songs rather than stream them?

If you’re trying to get your favorite artist to number one but prefer another song, you can download it so your streams won’t count towards sales every time you play the song.

Sure, it’s petty, but in the world of fan wars, it’s kinda important you don’t hand free streams to someone else!

How to download Apple Music songs

Ready to download Apple Music songs for free?

Start by downloading the TuneFab Apple Music Converter for Windows and Mac, and you’ll be able to download songs and remove DRM from protections from Apple Music, iTunes purchased songs, iTunes audiobooks and Audible AA/AAX audiobooks with just a click – great if you want to listen to your content on another device that doesn’t support iTunes purchases, like an MP3 player or Android phone.

The best part? You’ll be able to keep your Apple Music songs playable, even when you cancel your subscription down the line, which is great if you’re on a budget and don’t have lots of money to spend on subscription services.

Once you’ve paid for Amazon, Netflix, and Disney+, it’s kinda expensive to have to pay for music and everything else on top of that!

Once your songs have been decrypted, you’ll be able to convert and save them as MP3 files, AC3 files, and many other formats including M4A, M4R, FLAC, MKA, AU, AC3 depending on your preference.

Some of these formats offer better playback quality than others, so it’s worth checking your devices to see what’s supported and what will give you the best sound experience.

Then, you can listen to songs on your iPod, phone, Apple Watch, and even play a song as a ringtone or use it in one of your videos – though, you might get a copyright strike.

With more than five million songs on Apple Music and counting – and new releases virtually every day – it makes sense to use TuneFab to download the very best and save yourself some money.

Let us know how you get on using Twitter on @CelebMix and check back soon for more tips and tricks on listening to your favorite music without breaking the bank.

Written by CelebMix