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Apple Music Exclusive: Does Apple Music Need to Seed Competitive Content?

By Zoe Clarke

October 26, 2017


Part 1. The Current Occasion of Apple Music Exclusives

Apple Music rapidly gained popularity after its launch and has more than 20 millions users currently, becoming a powerful competitor of Spotify. However, Spotify was formed earlier than Apple Music and has complete service system as well as huge user base. What's more, potential competitors like Google Play Music and Amazon Music Unlimited are quickening their paces to divide "cake" of streaming media service. Exclusives are the bright spot of Apple Music all the time. But in this case, going after more exclusive contend is extremely urgent.

Apple Music Exclusive Album

Part 2. Exclusive Albums

Apple Music now allows you to find 6 of its most outstanding exclusive albums, they are Drake's Views From the 6, Taylor Swift's 1989, Britney Spears's Glory, Frank Ocean's Endless, Pharrell Williams's Freedom and Future's EVOL respectively. Such content lays a solid base of Apple Music for keeping its unique service. It sounds enough to cope with the intense competition, but the times are moving, nobody knows who will be the winner in the future. Therefore, Apple Music should accelerate its speed to expand exclusive content into other fields but not limited by album.

Just this year, in celebration of 1989 selling over 10 Million Albums Worldwide and the RIAA's 100 Million Song Certification announcement, Taylor Swift wants to thank her fans by making her entire back catalog her entire back catalog available to all streaming services like Spotify. This is an exciting news for Taylor's fans, but a great thread for Apple Music.

Part 3. The Importance of Exclusive Content for Apple Music

Exclusive music, videos can promote more users to subscribe streaming media service, create better experience for subscribers. It has been proven that exclusives are also beneficial for artists. To distinguish Apple Music from Spotify, Google Play Music and Amazon Music Unlimited, striving for exclusives is the currently primary work.

The good news reported in July 2017, Apple Music has launched music documentary, Kygo: Stole the Show. It mainly talks about the musician's life experience. Before that, another music documentary, Can't Stop Won't Stop: A Bad Boy Story, has been launched exclusively. As for reality show, Apple Music need to put more efforts into innovation, enrich not only this series shows but also other interesting content such as Audiobooks.

Also Read: Apple Music vs. Spotify vs. Google Play Music: Which to Choose?

Part 4. How to Convert Apple Music Exclusives to Free Media Files

Though exclusive content promotes a healthy competition in streaming service, there still exists troubles for members. The more exclusives Apple Music gains, the more content members can enjoy. It doesn't mean Apple Music will change it's the subscription service model. So, we have to find a shortcut to enjoy Apple Music exclusives on any MP3 or MP4 players.

Due to the protection of DRM (Digital Rights Management), it is not an easy job to transfer M4P songs or M4V videos into MP3 or MP4 files. The limitation prevents you from playing your favorites on other non-Apple players.

You can download thousands of songs but you cannot keep them as long as you cancel the Apple Music subscription. TuneFab Apple Music Converter is a full-featured tool which can help you solve the problem. It features:

● Convert Apple Music tracks easily

● Support transferring Audiobook to popular MP3, M4A, AC3, FLAC, etc.

● Fast conversion speed and excellent output quality

● No complex steps to operate

TuneFab Apple Music Converter

In the future, Apple Music may have exclusive content as much as possible, you love it, you want to own it forever, but you get fused of it. Just choose TuneFab Apple Music Converter , which allows you to convert downloaded Apple Music exclusives so that you can possess them without limitation.

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