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Apple Music Hack: How to Enjoy Apple Music Free Forever

By Catrina Jones

Updated on March 31, 2019

To be clear, you can get a 3-month trial for Apple Music for free as a new subscriber. And you can continue the subscription after trial if you are willing to pay for it. However, there is a possibility that you can enjoy free Apple Music forever on iPhone, Android or PC. If that’s exactly what you want, then take the risk to get it.


In this guide, we will make it simple for you to get Apple Music free hack on iPhone, Android and PC.



What You'll Need

#1. TuneFab Apple Music Converter

TuneFab Apple Music Converter is a tool that provides you with direct access to download Apple Music songs, iTunes music, iTunes audiobooks to multiple formats, such as MP3, M4A, AAC, FLAC, etc. You can view the entire Apple Music library in this program and select the Apple Music tracks that you want to download with simple clicks. You can customize the music quality, output formats, ID3 tags and conversion speed based on your preferences.

#2. Apple Music Subscription (Free Trial & Subscribed)


#3. iTunes: iTunes 12.2 or later version released


#4. Mac or Windows PC


How to Get Free Apple Music Songs Forever

Step 1. Launch TuneFab Apple Music Converter

Download and install iTunes and TuneFab Apple Music Converter on your Windows PC or Mac.


Launch TuneFab Apple Music Converter on your PC, and iTunes will be opened automatically. Log into iTunes with the same Apple ID that you use to subscribe to Apple Music.


Step 2. Select Apple Music Songs You Want to Downloads

In iTunes library, find out the Apple Music songs that you want to download as DRM-free files, and then add them to "Library". You can add as many songs as you like into iTunes library.


After adding the songs, you need to click the "cloud" icon to download the songs from cloud as well.


Step 3. Add Apple Music Songs to Convert

Now, go back to TuneFab Apple Music Converter's main interface, and click "Refresh" button to update the music library. If you don't click the "Refresh" button, you might not be able to see the songs added in iTunes previously.

Select the Apple Music Songs


Next, from the left panel of the main interface, you can choose "Music" or "Library" playlist to add the music you want to convert to other formats.


Step 4. Adjust Output Format and Output Folder

The next step is to adjust output settings including the output format, the output folder and the conversion speed.


To select the output format:

Go to the "Output Settings" section and select the output format from the drop-down list. MP3, M4A, AC3, AIFF, AU, FLAC, M4R and MKA are available for selection. Once you change the output format, the other profile settings will be adjusted automatically in accordance with the selected output format. But you can still customize the parameters like codec, bit rate, sample rate, channel and more.


To select the output folder:

Except selecting the output format, you can also change the output folder on the "Output Settings" section. Just click on the little box next to "Output Folder" option and select the folder you like.

Specify Output Format


Step 5. Convert Apple Music to MP3

When you've done selecting the songs, click at "Convert" button to start conversion. After conversion, you can enjoy your DRM-free Apple Music songs on any device you want. You can save them to external hard drive for backup or transfer them to iPod shuffle for offline playback.

Convert Apple Music to MP3


Enjoy Free Apple Music on iPhone and Android

There is no trusted Apple Music hacked app for iPhone or Android, at least I cannot find one that works. Besides, even if you have successfully downloaded the free APK or hacked app, you might need to go through a complicated process to get the job done. So, why not try an alternative way to get Apple Music free forever on your mobile device.


Step 1. Download DRM-free Apple Music songs to PC with TuneFab Apple Music Converter.


Step 2. Transfer converted Apple Music songs to Android with the USB cable or sync converted songs to iPhone via iTunes.


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