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How to Play Amazon Music in Linux

“I have a bunch of music on my Amazon account that I would like to transfer to Google Play. It seems that Amazon doesn't support music downloads to Linux desktops at this point. If it did, I'd just download and then upload to Google Play Music. Anyone have an idea how for a workaround? Seems like there must be a way...”

Being the best-known and most-used open-source operating system, Linux has been applied to phones, cars, refrigerators, Roku devices and more for a long time. But the most widely used device is our laptop or desktop. Just like Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Mac OS X, Linux operating system manages all of the hardware resources which are associated with our PC. Without an operating system, all software we used would not function.

However, such a popular operating system doesn’t support all the software we usually use, such as, the Amazon Music app. So what can we do if we’d love to play Amazon Music in Linux? Do we really need a “workaround” to solve this problem? Luckily, there is a professional software that can help you bypass the limitation in Linux system and encryption protection on Amazon Music -- TunePat Amazon Music Converter. With TunePat, you can play Amazon Music in Linux easily.

Play Amazon Music in Linux

What’s TunePat Amazon Music Converter?

TunePat Amazon Music Converter is a software to convert Amazon songs, albums, and playlists to common MP3/AAC/WAV/FLAC format at 10X faster speed with excellent output quality, keeping ID3 tags after conversion. After using TunePat, you can play your converted Amazon tracks on any device, including Linux PC.

Key Features of TunePat Amazon Music Converter

tunepat amazon music converter

TunePat Amazon Music Converter

  • okDownload Songs from Amazon Music Unlimited & Prime Music
  • okConvert Amazon songs, albums and playlists to MP3, AAC, WAV or FLAC
  • ok Record songs at 10X faster speed with 100% lossless quality
  • okKeep ID3 tags after conversion
  • okNo need to install the Amazon Music app

How to Convert Amazon Music and Play in Linux?

Now we will walk you through how to download encryption protected tracks from Amazon Music with TunePat and play them in Linux.

Step 1Launch TunePat Amazon Music Converter

Launch TunePat Amazon Music Converter, and log in your Amazon Music Unlimited account or Amazon Prime account.


Step 2Set Output Formats

Then, click the setting Setting button button on the upper right corner and choose the output format. Here you can also choose the output quality, output path, etc.

choose format

Step 3Add Amazon Music to TunePat

Choose one of your Amazon playlists, artists or albums, click the Add icon button on the bottom right corner and select the songs that you'd like to convert.

Add Amazon music

Step 4Convert Amazon Songs to MP3/AAC/FLAC/WAV

Click on "Convert" button to start converting the Amazon songs to the output format you've chosen.

Convert Amazon music

Step 5Play Converted Amazon Music in Linux

Find the converted Amazon songs by clicking the "History" button on the upper right corner or directly going to the output folder you customized in the previous step. Backup your converted Amazon tracks in your USB and transfer them to Linux PC via USB also. Then just choose Linux Music Player as its open mode. Finally, you will enjoy your Amazon Music in Linux without any limitation!

Note : The free trial version of TunePat Amazon Music Converter enables you to convert the first three minutes of each song and convert 3 music files at a time. You can unlock the time limitation by purchasing the full version.

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