Every iOS device user is bound to use iTunes for managing music and other data for their device. As a result we tend to stay in Apple’s music ecosystem, that includes both iTunes Store and Apple Music. While iTunes offers many good features, it is also a pain in the ass to use. There are many features that are missing from the app, and that’s where NoteBurner iTunes DRM Audio Converter for Mac and Windows can be useful. The desktop app allows users to easily convert Apple Music and iTunes M4P files into Mp3 and AAC.
In addition to converting the format of Apple Music and iTunes M4P audio files the app also allows users to remove DRM restrictions, making it possible for users to share those files. So what can you do with NoteBurner iTunes DRM Audio Converter? We are glad you asked. You can convert DRM Apple Music Files to unprotected MP3 and AAC formats and use them in any other device as well as share them with friends. You can also convert iTunes M4A, M4B and Audible AA and AAX audiobooks to MP3 and AAC formats. Lastly, you get to convert iTunes Music files in batch to Mp3, AAC and other popular formats. By removing the DRM from Apple Music files you can use them in other devices including non-Apple MP3 music players.
When it comes to audio converters speed and quality is the most important factor, and NoteBurner iTunes DRM Audio Converter does not disappoint in those areas. The app is capable of converting any audio file at 20x faster speeds than its competitors. It also maintains lossless audio output quality, keeping it at high levels. The app also preserves the ID Tags in output MP3 and AAC files after the conversion. This means song information including artwork, metadata such as artist name, album title, track number and genre is not lost.
NoteBurner iTunes DRM Audio Converter is available for both Mac and Windows. You can try it for free and if you like it, then full license will cost you $39.95. Hurry up as the app is currently selling at a discounted price, it normally sells for $59.95.