Dropbox is an online file-hosting service which is increasingly becoming important in the daily life. It allows users to backup and share files with colleagues everywhere so as to work efficiently. But you might not know a fact that Dropbox is an utility entertainment tool which means you can read e-books, see films, or listen to the music especially the offline music from Apple Music whenever or wherever. However, you might be confused and curious about how to play Apple Music on Dropbox. If you do, you can keep on reading the article and follow the steps to achieving the goal that listening to your Apple Music on Dropbox freely.
Unlock the Protection of Apple Music
As we know, Apple Music has the protection of DRM which will limit what you can do with the content after you download it and lead to the unavailability of the streaming Apple Music outside the program on other unauthorized Apple or non-apple devices if you cancel the Apple Music Membership. Of course, it is not a big deal. You might prefer a third-party medium to help you remove the DRM from Apple Music. There is no doubt that TuneFab Apple Music Converter is a good choice, which is supported by almost all devices.
TuneFab Apple Music Converter has the ability to convert DRM-protected Apple Music files into non-DRM files with the output formats such as MP3, M4A, AC3, AU, FLAC, AIFF and so on. And you don't need to spend a lot of time on this software because it's easy to operate. Besides, you can read the following article and solve easily.
Here’s the quick tutorial operation:
Step 1. Launch TuneFab Apple Music Converter on your PC
After launching TuneFab Apple Music Converter, run it and see if it is successfully connected to your Apple Music on the computer.
Step 2. Select music you want to convert
If TuneFab Apple Music Converter is available to your Apple Music, you can choose the songs you like of Apple Music in "Music" in "Playlists" directly.
Step 3. Set the output format
TuneFab Apple Music Converter supports MP3, M4A, AC3, AU, FLAC, AIFF and MKA. You can choose the suitable one as the output format to the musics you want to convert.
Step 4. Adjust audio conversion speed (OPTIONAL)
Find the "Options" button and click it. And then you can amend the conversion speed from 1x to 16x. Different conversion speed means different length of time that you will spend on converting the Apple Music files. The suitable one is perfect.
Step 5. Free Apple Music from protection
After all the operations above, the last thing you do is to click on the "convert" button and wait for just few minutes. And then you can get the converted songs.
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Transfer DRM-free Apple Music to Dropbox
Both on the computer and phone, it is accessible to Dropbox. Fortunately, the operating procedure is almost the same and quite easy on both sides. Taken the computer for example, here’s how to transfer the Apple Music to Dropbox.
Step 1. Open the Dropbox website and login from the computer
Just provide your name, email you used and password for signing up for Dropbox. And you will get 2GB free space to store your files at the beginning. When you sign up Dropbox web, you just need to type your email and password you provided.
Step 2. Click on the "upload files" botton and upload the DRM-free Apple Music files
Select the music files you like and drag them from Apple Music to Dropbox after your login to Dropbox. After that, you will see that the music files you chose are listed on the main page. And the next thing you need to do is to enjoy the music.
Step 3. Enjoy the Apple Music files on Dropbox
Click on the title of the music files, and then the Apple Music files will start to play. And then you can enjoy your music everywhere. What’s more, you can use the same operating process on the phone which is more convenient to daily life. It is surprisingly easy, right?
Lastly, it is not difficult to listen to Apple Music on Dropbox. All you need is TuneFab Apple Music Converter which can free Apple Music from DRM. Download it and try it so that you can enjoy Apple Music files anytime you want.