- 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. Spotify Music+
- 1. Convert Spotify Music to MP3 for Offline Listening
- 2. How to Download Spotify Music for Free without Premium?
- 3. Transfer Songs and Playlist from Spotify to iTunes Library?
- 4. How to Download and Convert Spotify Music Files to MP3?
- 5. How to Sync Spotify Playlists to iPod Shuffle?
- 6. How to Transfer Spotify Music to USB for Playing in the Car?
- 7. Burn Spotify Music to CD?
- 4. Audiobooks+
- 5. Remove DRM+
What happens to songs I have added to my offline library if I cancel my membership? Just wondering if I will keep songs that I have downloaded to my library or will they be lost once my Apple Music membership is canceled?
I can’t seem to play any songs that I had stored on my phone. Apparently everything was uploaded to iCloud and when I tap on a song to play I get a popup saying “Your Apple Music membership has expired”. I can’t even make the songs available offline.
You may also have such problem after canceling subscription from Apple Music. What happens if canceling the Apple Music subscription?
- Part 1: What happens if canceling the Apple Music subscription?
- Part 2: How to play Apple Music songs after subscription expired?
Part 1: What happens if canceling the Apple Music subscription?
Apple Music provides streaming (online playing) of over 30 million items from the iTunes Store catalogue. Some artists have not given permission for their songs to be streamed. It's possible to save a song for listening offline, but only on that device. You cannot transfer it to another device or burn it to a CD, because you have rented it, not bought it, and they are subject to DRM. (Consequently such songs cannot be accessed on an iPod Nano, Shuffle or Classic, only the Touch.) If you cease to pay the subscription any items you have saved in this way will become inaccessible.
For music that you had purchased (either from iTunes or other sources) those will remain on your hard drive. However for songs from Apple Music (those that you did not actually OWN or PURCHASE), those will be either removed from your drive - or probably will have DRM protection which will prevent you from accessing them after your membership in Apple Music lapses. What you can do is download some Apple Music and then go to iTunes Preferences and turn off Apple Music and iCloud Music Library and see what happens.
You will face the same problem when unsubscribing Apple Music. The music you previously downloaded for offline usage will no longer be accessible. You will face the problem when running out the Apple Music trial:
- The music you previously downloaded for offline usage will no longer be accessible.
- Even you are under subscription, you are unable to save the Apple Music songs as the way you like.
That is because you do not own such songs – they are still rented and when the subscription expires, so do they.
In a word, any song from the Apple Music catalog has DRM (digital rights management) applied to it, which is how the company makes sure you don't sign up for a streaming service, download a bunch of songs for offline listening, then cancel and run away with that music. So you can play any song from the Apple Music catalog on your devices, but after the Apple Music trial ends, any songs from the subscription catalog, however, will become unplayable.
Part 2: How to play Apple Music songs after subscription expired?
We knew that 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. So that you can not listen to downloaded Apple Music tracks after canceling subscription. How to keep apple music if you do not join the subscription after the free trial period? Is it possible?
The answer is Yes. To keep your downloaded Apple Music songs forever on your iPhone, iPad, Mac or other devices, you should remove DRM from Apple Music songs. Apple Music Converter is helpful and useful, which uses high recording and encoding to MP3 / AAC technology to convert these DRM Apple Music files to MP3 formats with up to 16X conversion speed and as well as CD output quality, and then you can download apple music offline; keep the apple music forever; transfer and enjoy apple music on any MP3 audio player devices as you like.
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.
To keep Apple Music forever even after unsubsciption, you need to remove the DRM-protection and convert Apple Music to DRM-free audio formats such as MP3. This tutorial will show you how to easily keep apple music after unsubsciption on Mac/Windows:
What do your need to keep apple music after unsubsciption:
- The latest version of Apple iTunes.
- Apple Music subscription.
- Add the Apple Music to iTunes library.
- The Apple Music Converter (For Windows or For Mac).
Steps to Keep Apple Music after Unsubsciption
Follow the next guide and you can get the DRM-free Apple Music files and play them anywhere without limitations.
Step 1 Download and Install Apple Music Converter.
Download and install the Apple Music Converter. Then launch the Apple Music Converter on your Windows PC or Mac.
Your iTunes media library will be loaded and displayed as playlists in the left panel. This is because Apple Music converter can not only remove DRM from Apple Music songs and then you can keep Apple Music forever even after unsubsciption, but also DRM protected songs purchased from iTunes Store before April, 2009 and Audiobooks from iTunes Store or Audible.
Step 2 Select Apple Music You Need after Unsubsciption
You don’t have to download your favorite Apple Music tracks or playlist to PC first, Apple Music Converter can effortless convert them as long as you added them to iTunes music library. Click on the music or playlist on the left and select the main songs you want to change the main interface.
Tick the top checkbox to choose whole playlist. You can also use provided search box to locate your favorite Apple Music songs quickly. Or sort all songs by name, artist, album, type, etc.
Step 3 Select Output Format
The program provides MP3, M4A, AC3, M4R, WAV, FLAC, AU and MKA output formats. For general usage, MP3 or M4A will be good enough. You can also choose other output format depending on your need.
The profile settings will be adjusted automatically according to the chosen output format. You can also set your own output parameters. You can also adjust audio parameters like sample rate, bit rate, etc.
Step 4 Start to Remove DRM from Apple Music
After all the settings, click on "Convert" and start converting Apple Music. When the conversion is over, you can play your converted iTunes music on your MP3 / MP4 player or mobile phone music player.
After conversion, you can keep the DRM-free Apple Music songs forever on your computer or your phone without the fear of losing even cancelling the subscription.
Apple Music Converter is a simple way to convert Apple Music to MP3 or any other audio formats for easy playback on any device you like e.g. HP TouchPad, Samsung Galaxy Tab, BalckBerry PlayBook, Kindle Fire, HTC phones, Samsung Galaxy, Motorola Droids, car video, any other MP4/MP3 player and cell phone. With a friendly and simple interface, it is very easy to use. Now you can Feel free to transfer unprotected MP3 files to any MP3 player, mobile phone or Windows PC and enjoy them on the go. This is the best end-result for downloaded Apple Music tracks after canceling subscription.
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