- 1. Apple Music+
- 1. How to Copy Apple Music to iPod nano and iPod shuffle
- 2. How to Keep Apple Music Songs after Trial
- 3. How to Convert Purchased Audiobooks AAC to MP3
- 4. How To Convert M4P Files to MP3
- 5. How to Convert Apple Music to M4A
- 6. Transfer Apple Music to USB Flash Drive
- 7. Share Apple Music Playlist with Family and Friends
- 8. Transfer Purchased iTunes Music to Android
- 2. iTunes Video+
- 1. How to Convert iTunes DRM M4V to MP4
- 2. How to Remove DRM from iTunes Movies Purchases and Rentals
- 3. How to Play iTunes Movies and TV Shows with Chromecast
- 4. How to play iTunes movies and TV shows on Android
- 5. Play iTunes M4V videos on Windows Media Player
- 6. How to Rent a Movie on iTunes
- 7. How to Stream iTunes Movie with Roku
- 8. How to Download Rented iTunes Movies offline
- 3. Audiobooks+
- 4. Remove DRM+
Apple Music Free Trial
More and more people are listening to streaming music, and for good reason: When you can listen to just about any artist, genre, and song you set your heart on, it's a lot more enticing than playing the same thousand songs from your personal library. Apple Music is, to quote the company, "All the ways you love music. All in one place."
What you get with your Apple Music membership:
1. World premieres of songs, original shows and the latest releases
2. The songs you already own, plus unlimited access to millions more
3. Recommendations and playlists from music experts
4. Up to 100,000 songs in your iCloud Music Library, available on all your devices
5. The ability to download songs for offline listening
6. Beats 1: Innovative radio and on‑demand shows hosted by top DJs and artists
7. Curated radio stations for every genre and mood
You would need to pay $9.99/month to get access to the full Apple Music experience, or $14.99 a month for a family plan and up to six people in your family. But not at first: Apple offers a free three-month trial for everyone when they first subscribe, whether you own an iPhone, iPad, iPod, Mac, Android, or PC.
Remember To Cancel Your Apple Music Free Trial
Apple Music launched with a three-month free trial, a trial millions of people signed up for. Well, the leaves are changing, a brisk chill is in the air, and it’s the ideal time to disable the auto-renew on your trial subscription. Whether you're trying out Apple Music and don't want to be charged after the free trial or you're fed up entirely and want to quit, simply follow this guide to cancel your Apple Music free trial.
Tips: If you cancel your Apple Music free trial, you are no longer able to play any streaming apple music you've added or downloaded to your library from the Apple Music catalog. Because Apple adds DRM protection to all Apple Music’s tracks to avoid the situation that users just sign up and download a bunch of songs for offline listening, then cancel subscription and run away after the free trial ends. If you would like to keep Apple Music songs still there after you cancel your Apple Music free trial, this Apple Music Converter would help you convert Apple Music to MP3 files on your computer. You can keep the apple music files forever.
How to Cancel Apple Music Free Trial
Step 1 Open iTunes. If you’re not signed in, sign in with your Apple ID. If your Mac has Touch ID, you can use it to log in when you're asked for your password.
Step 2 From the menu bar at the top of your computer screen or at the top of the iTunes window, choose Account > View My Account.
Step 3 Enter your password or use Touch ID, then press the Return or Enter key on your keyboard, or click View Account.
Step 4 Scroll to the Settings section. To the right of Subscriptions, Click Manage.
Step 5 To the right of the subscription you want to manage, click Edit.
Step 6 Use the options to manage your subscription. You can choose a different subscription offering, or click Cancel Trial to unsubscribe to Apple Music. If you cancel, your subscription will stop at the end of the current billing cycle.
You can also cancel Apple Music free trial on your iPhone/iPad/iPod or Android phone directly.
Step 1 Go to Settings > [your name] > iTunes & App Store.
Step 2 Tap your Apple ID at the top of the screen.
Step 3 Tap View Apple ID. You might need to sign in or use Touch ID.
Step 4 Tap Subscriptions. Then tap the subscription that you want to manage.
Step 5 Use the options to manage your subscription. You can choose a different subscription offering, or tap Cancel Trial to cancel your subscription. If you cancel, your subscription will stop at the end of the current billing cycle.
How to Keep Apple Music Songs after You Cancel Apple Music Free Trial
Easily remove DRM from iTunes M4P songs, M4P/M4B Audiobooks, Apple Music songs and Audible AA/AAX Audiobooks and output DRM-free MP3, AAC, AC3, AIFF, AU, FLAC, M4A, M4R, and MKA with 100% original quality.
- Remove DRM from iTunes M4P songs, Apple Music and Audiobooks and output MP3, M4A, etc.
- Extract DRM-free audio from iTunes video, movies and TV shows.
- Convert iTunes DRM media files at up to 16X speed.
- ID tags and metadata information preserved to MP3/M4A output.
- AudioBooks converted to M4A will be marked by Chapters, too.
The following guide demonstrates how to keep Apple Music songs after you cancel Apple Music free trial on Mac. If you are Windows users, you can also follow the guide, the procedure is similar.
Step 1 Download and install Apple Music Converter to Convert Apple Music.
Install and launch Apple Music Converter to convert and keep Apple Music songs after you cancel the free trial to Apple Music. Once the software started normally, the itunes will be lauched automatically at the same time.
Step 2 Add Apple Music.
Choose Apple music you want to convert. Click the relevant Playlists category and select one or more apple music files you want to convert.
Step 3 Select MP3 as Output Format.
Set MP3 as output format and select the destination folder you want to save your output files in. The profile settings will be adjusted automatically according to the chosen output format. You can also adjust audio parameters like sample rate, bit rate, etc.
Step 4 Start the Apple Music to MP3 Conversion
After completing the previous steps, click "Convert" to begin converting Apple music to MP3 so that we can keep the Apple music forever. When the conversion finishes, you can click Find Target to locate the converted DRM-free apple music files.
Step 5 Sync Converted Apple Music to iPhone/iPad/iPod with iTunes.
Add the converted apple music files to iTunes Library, and then you can sync your iPhone/iPad/iPod with iTunes. You can now keep apple music songs forever, even if you cancel Apple Music free trial.