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On October 19, 2017, Google Pixel 2/2XL, which are Android designed, developed and marketed by Google, have released. Some iPhone users may want to try this new Android phone, but they have got a concern about streaming Apple Music:

"I'm planning on switching to a Pixel 2 from an iPhone 6s. My main concern is that I have a bunch of songs (3000+) downloaded to Apple Music that I'll lose if I cancel my subscription. Will the Apple Music app for Android work well on a Pixel, or do I need to prepare myself to switch to another service such as Spotify?"

Many Apple Music subscribers would suffer this problem if they want to switch from iPhone to Google Pixel 2/2XL or have an iPhone 8, iPhone X and a Pixel 2/2XL at the same time. Actually, Apple Music app is also available on Android phone. But comparing with the iOS system, using Apple Music app on an Android designed phone would always be buggy. It would constantly freeze or crash and make users feel irritated.

Google Pixel 2/2XL

Except for playing Apple Music inside Apple Music app, there are no other ways for streaming Apple Music songs because Apple Music is well-protected by DRM (Digital Rights Management). It would prevent you from transferring or replicating the songs. Fortunately, we have figured out a way to help you stream Apple Music to Google Pixel 2/2XL successfully and smoothly.

Solution for Streaming Apple Music to Google Pixel 2/2XL

To transfer Apple Music to Google Pixel 2/2X, you have to remove DRM from the songs first. To achieve the removal successfully, you need the help of a third-party DRM ripper. That is TuneFab Apple Music Converter.

Also Read: How to Play Apple Music on Android Tablet

With TuneFab Apple Music Converter, you could…

√Remove DRM from Apple Music songs

√Convert the Apple Music songs to MP3, M4A, FLAC, etc. formats

√Save your time by finishing the conversion with 16x faster conversion speed

√Close to lossless sound quality comparing with the original Apple Music songs

Compatibility: Both Windows and Mac are compatible.

Tutorial of Using TuneFab Apple Music Converter

Step 1. Download TuneFab Apple Music Converter

TuneFab Apple Music Converter provides a free-trial version. Try it before your purchase. When installed, run TuneFab Apple Music Converter and see if it would detect and connect with your latest iTunes automatically.

Step 2. Select Apple Music

Click on "Music" in "Playlists" to tick the Apple Music you want to rip DRM off.

Note: More than one song could be selected each time.

Select Apple Music Songs

Step 3. Output Settings

Go to the "Output Settings" part in the bottom. Then choose the output format from the column for your Apple Music songs. You could save these Apple Music songs to a certain folder for convenience.

Choose MP3 as Output Format

Step 4. Conversion Speed Setting (Optional)

If you want the conversion to be done quicker, you could go to Options to choose the conversion speed. 1x to 16x is provided.

Convert M4P to MP3

Step 5. Start Remove DRM from Apple Music

When all settings are done, you could tap on "Convert" to start the conversion. TuneFab Apple Music Converter would begin to rip DRM from Apple Music songs automatically. You just need to wait for the conversion finished.

Convert Apple Music to MP3

Step 6. Import the Apple Music to Google Pixel 2/2XL

When you get the DRM-free Apple Music songs, you can connect your Pixel 2/2XL with computer and transfer the songs onto it directly.

Have you get the Apple Music songs on your Pixel 2/2XL? Try to play them in any media devices installed on Pixel 2/2XL, you would find that they are smoothly playable! Enjoy your Apple Music songs on Google Pixel 2/2XL right now!

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