There’s a variety of reasons why you’d want to stick to the likes of Amazon Music. One of the industry’s unequivocal giants, this system offers dozens of millions of tracks, access to all kinds of obviously thought through features like smart speakers, access to video games consoles, and smartphone compatibility, and tons more improvement in the works.
Let us guess. You may have always been seeing Amazon Music as your audio streaming system of choice, but it’s so advanced (although we have to admit there are more advanced systems out there but never mind) that now you’re wondering if you can step things up and put those songs on an MP3 player.
The short answer is yes. The long answer is a little more complicated. Basically Amazon Music (for example, Amazon Prime, which comes free if you already have an Amazon Prime membership) allows you to download music to handheld devices such as a phone so you can listen to them offline.
However, the problem here is that even to have the tracks offline and be able to listen to them without a connection you have to be a member with an active subscription. If you don’t have a subscription, your tracks will be in the wind because essentially you’re renting DRM-protected music from artists who get paid for every time a stream is listened to. Same as when a rental agreement runs out on a flat and you have to vacate the premises. But what do you do if you don’t want to part with the scintillation world that the ecstasy of music delivers to you at just a click of a mouse (or a tap of a finger)?
MusConv has a solution! You can transfer millions of tracks between dozens of the world’s best music streaming systems like Amazon Music, Google Play Music, Amazon Music, YouTube, and so on. Why not transfer your tracks to Spotify and enjoy all the amazing features it has to offer and listen to your favorite music from Amazon Music for free forever?