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iTunes is a dedicated manager that helps you transfer music to iPhone/iPad or manage songs by categorizing, converting, burning, etc. Thus, some fans of Amazon Music may want to download music from Amazon Prime to iTunes for further processing.

As for purchased Amazon music, that could be a cakewalk. However, as for streaming Amazon Music, you'll need to download Amazon Music first and then sync Amazon Music to iTunes. Luckily, this guide will make it out all for you with ease. Now, let's get the rope here.


How to Transfer Amazon Streaming Music to iTunes

Listeners nowadays prefer to stream Amazon Music rather than purchase songs. However, Amazon Music only allows you to download music on mobile if you're an active subscriber. Moreover, the downloads are DRM-protected with restrictions and will be unavailable if your subscription expires.

Therefore, You may want to grasp the idea below of how to convert Amazon Music to DRM-free MP3 in the first place and sync Apple Music to iTunes in detail. Or, if you've purchased some songs from Amazon Music, please jump to the next part for a further idea.

Download Amazon Prime/Unlimited as MP3

TuneFab Amazon Music Converter is leading the pack in Amzaon Prime Music download service. This optimal software will remove DRM protection from Amazon Music and get rid of any restrictions. It enables you to convert Amazon Music to MP3, M4A, WAV, and FLAC with lossless quality. Then, you can transfer and play songs anywhere, let alone add Amazon Music to iTunes.

Amazing Features of TuneFab Amazon Music Converter

Any Amazon Music content such as songs, playlists, and podcasts supported to download;

Up to 5X faster speed for accelerating the downloading process;

100% original quality to convert Amazon Music losslessly;

Maintain ID3 tags and metadata info by default;

Batch convert to boost efficiency in downloading Amazon Music playlists at once.

With its in-built Amazon Music web player, it's easy-peasy to download Amazon Music on the computer. After you download and install this superlative program, let's learn how to download music from Amazon Prime to iTunes below.

STEP 1. Launch TuneFab Amazon Music Converter, and click "Open the Amazon web player" for accessing the built-in Amazon web player. Now, you need to login in to your Amazon Music account for authorization to access your library.

Login to Amazon Music account

STEP 2. Select your saved songs, playlists, or podcasts in the Amazon Music library now. To download them, simply drag the content to the floating "+" icon. TuneFab Amazon Music Converter will recognize duplicate songs to avoid adding them twice, so don't worry that you would waste time downloading the same songs added to different playlists again.

Select Playlists

STEP 3. Navigate to "Menu" > "Preferences" > "Advanced" for customizing the output format, sample rate, and bitrate to download Amazon Music. Hit the "Save" icon and the changes are able to be applied.

Preferences Advanced

STEP 4. Finally, start the conversion by clicking the "Convert All" button in the lower-right corner. Then, it'll start to download songs from Amazon Music to Windows/Mac. After that, you can transfer Amazon Music to iTunes based on the following tutorial.

Convert All Music

Syne Amazon Music Downloads to iTunes

Now that you've downloaded your favorite Amazon Music songs on Windows or Mac, it takes no effort to move Amazon Music to iTunes. There are two ways to get it done, and you may want to pick a preferred way to kick in.

Move Songs from Amazon Music to iTunes Directly

Actually, iTunes allows you to upload local tracks in a direct way. However, since the iTunes media library is now available in the Apple Music app on macOS Catalina and later, you may need to use the Apple Music app to sync Amazon Music to the iTunes library instead. Please take it easy. The steps are basically the same as follows.

STEP 1. Launch iTunes on your Windows or the Apple Music app on your Mac.

STEP 2. Navigate to "File" > "Add File to Library" or "Add Folder to Library".

STEP 3. Locate the downloads in MP3 and import Amazon Music to iTunes library.

Import Amazon Music to iTunes Using Apple Music

Upload Amazon Music to iTunes with Amazon Music App

If you have installed the Amazon Music app on your Windows or Mac, you can opt to transfer the downloads of Amazon Music to iTunes using its official app as well. Let's see how exactly it works below.

STEP 1. Open the Amazon Music app on the computer and log in to your account.

STEP 2. Go to the "Dropdown menu" > "Preferences" > "Export Downloads to".

STEP 3. Now, select your downloads and import Amazon Music to iTunes.

Import Amazon Music to iTunes Using App

How to Add Purchased Amazon Music to iTunes

As Amazon Music offers on-sale singles for users to purchase for offline playback, unlike streaming music, thus, it would be an easy task to add purchased Amazon Music to iTunes. If you have got some Amazon-purchased titles before, this brief guide will lead you to the correct process to import Amazon Music to iTunes without hassle.

Where to Find Amazon Music Purchase History

For checking the purchased items in Amazon Music, you are required to navigate to "LIBRARY" on the top. Then, select the "Purchased" tab, the music you have purchased before will be listed here.

Check Purchased Amazon Music

Download Purchased Amazon Music to Computer

After accessing the purchased Amazon Music in the library, select them and submit "Download" to keep the songs offline. As a pop-up window leads you to install the Amazon app, simply select "No thanks, just download music files directly", and the purchased Amazon Music songs will be downloaded offline to MP3 right away.


A single song will be directly downloaded in MP3 format offline. If you have selected to download multiple songs at once, they will be downloaded as a .zip file requiring you to uncompress for accessing the MP3 audio.

Download Purchased Amazon Music

Import Purchased Amazon Music to iTunes

As the purchased Amazon Music has been downloaded in MP3 format, you are able to import the local files to iTunes directly. However, you need to use the Apple Music app to sync Amazon Music to the iTunes library if your Mac is running Catalina and later.

STEP 1. Simply launch iTunes and navigate to "File" > "Add File to Library" or "Add Folder to Library".

STEP 2. Then, select the downloaded purchased Amazon Music for importing the songs to iTunes.

STEP 3. Just a moment, they will be all uploaded to the iTunes library for local backup successfully.

Import Purchased Amazon Music to iTunes

Tip: How to Transfer Amazon Music Library to iTunes on Mobile

If you want to enjoy offline listening on iPhone/Android, you can transfer downloads by TuneFab Amazon Music Converter from Amazon Music on iPhone/Android or see how to download Amazon Prime Music to iPhone/Android in this post.

However, if you don't have a computer around or tend to sync Amazon Music to iTunes on iPhone/Android for offline listening (which was replaced by Apple Music now), FreeYourMusic can be a good helper to transfer Amazon Music to Apple Music. Let's get to know how to transfer Amazon Music to iTunes on iPhone without computer here.

STEP 1. Download and install FreeYourMusic on iPhone or Android.

STEP 2. Select Amazon Music as a source and Apple Music as a destination.

STEP 3. Log in to your accounts. Then, select songs and playlists.

STEP 4. Confirm to transfer Amazon Music to Apple Music, and wait until it's done.


If you already purchased some songs on Amazon Music, you can directly download them in MP3 and then sync the downloads from Amazon Music to iTunes with ease. However, if you want to download streaming Amazon Music to iTunes, TuneFab Amazon Music Converter is the optimal choice to batch convert songs, albums, and playlists to MP3 without DRM protection. After that, you can sync as many songs as you want from Amazon Music to iTunes.

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