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Two Ways to Play Apple Music on Android Phones

Apple’s iTunes is one of the most popular music streaming services in the market, with quite many iPhone users listening to the music directly through the default music provider on their phone, which is Apple Music. Despite Android phone have become competitive to iPhone, their music streaming service like Google Play Music is not challenging too much to Apple Music by considering Apple’s popularity and volume of iTunes library.

Some Android users might want to ask, how to listen to the tracks of Apple Music on their Android phones? The fact is, it isn’t easy to sync your iTunes library with an Android device. There is no iTunes app or service available for Android, but there are two ways to listen to the songs from Apple Music on any Android phone or tablet, this article will guide you on how to listen to the Apple Music on Android system. Check out the full guide below and decide which one is right for you.

Play Apple Music on Android

Method 1: Download Apple Music from Play Store on your Android Phone

Step 1 Download and Install Apple Music from Play Store

As you know that you can download a lot of fantastic apps through the Google Play Store on your Android phone including Apple Music. Apple is offering a three-month free trial for everyone who subscribes to it for the first time. After the free trial ends, you'll be automatically charged for the next bill, and the cost will be $9.99/ month.

Download Apple Music from Google Play Store

Step 2 Sign in Apple Music

Click the Sign-in option at the bottom of the screen. You'll be prompted to enter your Apple ID and password. If you don't have one, choose 'Create an Apple ID'.

Step 3 Enjoy Apple Music on Your Android Phone

You're all set! Get ready to enjoy first three-month free of Apple Music.

Method 2: Download Songs to Local Drive and Transfer to Android Device

If you don't want to install the Apple Music on your Android phone, there is another solution for you. You can transfer Apple Music tracks from the computer to your phone without installing the Apple Music Android app.

Let's take a look at this amazing app - Sidify Apple Music Converter. It converts Apple Music tracks to the plain format like mp3, which you can move the music files from PC to your Android phone. In this way, you can enjoy listening to tracks downloaded from Apple Music whenever you want, and there is no expiration date. Let's get started by following the guide in the below section.

apple music converter

Sidify Apple Music Converter

  • ok Convert Apple Music and M4P files to MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, AIFF or ALAC.
  • ok Unlock from iTunes & Audible audiobooks
  • ok Preserve high fidelity sound quality after conversion.
  • ok 10X conversion speed; Keep ID3 tags and metadata.

Step 1 Import Apple Music Tracks

Launch Sidify program, click "+" to add Apple Music tracks in your iTunes to your local drive.

Extra tips: Besides Apple Music, Sidify Apple Music Converter also supports converting iTunes M4P music, iTunes M4A, M4B & Audible AA, AAX audiobooks to MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, AIFF or ALAC format.
Add Apple Music contents

Step 2 Customize Output Settings

Click the "Setting" on the upper right, as you can see that here you can select the output format you want from MP3, AAC (M4A), FLAC, WAV, and AIFF, and set the output file name and output quality, as well as the output path folder where you want the files saved.

Customize the output settings

Step 3 Start Converting

Click the "Convert" button to start converting the tracks. After conversion is finished, you can go to "Converted" history to find the successfully converted audio files or go to the output folder that you set in the previous step.

Start converting Apple Music

Step 4 Move Apple Music Tracks from Computer to Your Android Phone

Once you have got your converted music files, you can easily transfer all them to your Android devices via USB cable or bluetooth.

Besides, using the second method not only provides you the cell phone storage-saving but also makes the tracks as your "personal" file. If you want to keep the songs in your pocket forever, try the latter!

Note: The Sidify Apple Music converter trial version can only converts the first three minute of a track. To convert the full track you can purchase the full version.