TunePat Amazon Music Converter
Amazon Music Unlimited comes with several different pricing tiers available: $9.99/month for the normal users, $7.99 /month for Prime members, $3.99/month for the Echo owners. And to help you get to grips with Amazon Music Unlimited and to decide if it's the right service for you, Amazon also offers a 30-day free trial. During this period, you can enjoy the same service as the paid user: unlimited access to 75 million songs, ad-free music with unlimited skips, and the ability to listen offline and more.
But similar to other music streaming services like Apple Music, Amazon Music Unlimited is a rental service. Though you can save tracks to listen to offline within the subscription, you don’t actually own them. Once the subscription or free trial ends, you’ll lose access to all of the songs. Then, how to keep the downloaded music from Amazon Music Unlimited when the free trial is over? Fret not. This tutorial is going to help you out step by step.
To keep Amazon Music playable after the free trial is over, you are required to find a piece of handy music downloading tool to download your favorite tunes from Amazon Music Unlimited to computer as local files. Here you are recommended to use TunePat Amazon Music Converter.
It is a mighty Amazon Music downloading and converting tool, powered by Amazon Music Web player, supporting to help any Amazon user to download or record any songs, albums or playlist from Amazon Music Unlimited to MP3/AAC/WAV/FLAC/AIFF format. With no need to install any extra apps, it is able to save songs from Amazon Music Unlimited as local files with lossless output audio quality and ID3 tags kept after conversion.
Key Features of TunePat Amazon Music Converter
TunePat Amazon Music Converter
TunePat Amazon Music Converter is available on both Windows and Mac computers, here we take the Mac version as an example to show you the detailed steps about how to download Amazon Music as local MP3 files.
Step 1Run TunePat Amazon Music Converter
Run TunePat Amazon Music Converter on Mac computer, then log in your Amazon Music account.
Step 2Choose MP3 as Output Format
Click on the button on the upper right corner to customize the output settings: Output Format (Auto/MP3/AAC/WAV/FLAC/AIFF/ALAC), Output Quality (256kbps, 192kbps, 128kbps) and Output Path. And you can choose your country/region here.
Note: If you choose "Auto" as the output format, Tunepat Amazon Music Converter will convert music at a fast speed. For better organizing your music library, you can save the output Amazon audio files into an organized folder like Artist, Album, Artist/Album, or Album/Artist.
Step 3Add Amazon Songs/Playlist/Album/Podcast
Open a podcast, playlist, artist or album, then click on the Add button on the bottom right corner and select the songs that you'd like to convert.
Step 4Convert Amazon Songs to MP3
Click on the "Convert" button to start converting the Amazon songs to the output format you've chosen.
Once the conversion is done, you can find the downloaded Amazon Music by clicking the "History" button on the upper right corner or directly going to the output folder you customized in the previous step. Now all of Amazon songs have been downloaded as common MP3 files, you can keep them on your computer and enjoy anywhere anytime, even if the free trial is over.
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