There is no doubt that Apple Music is one of the leading music streaming services in the world. Many people around the world are using this service and are pretty much enjoying their experience with it. However, what if you are having second thoughts on this music streaming service and you want to shuffle to some other music streaming service such as Spotify or you cannot afford Apple Music subscription and that is why you want to cancel the subscription. Well, there can be many reasons for you to stop using Apple music service. But the million-dollar question is what happens to your songs after you cancel Apple music service? Let’s have a look at two different aspects after canceling Apple Music service.
Will I retain my songs after canceling Apple Music?
You can have access to songs till the time your current billing phase ends but after that ends you no longer will have access to songs. Let me put it this way. The songs you had access to by using Apple Music belonged to Apple Music which means when you lose access to Apple Music then your songs, playlists and albums will disappear too. You will still be able to see them, however, when you will click on them, they will march you towards the Apple Music subscription page and will ask you to get sign up again if you want to access the library.
Will I have access to my downloaded songs and playlists after canceling Apple Music service?
Your playlist will no longer be visible. Downloaded songs will still exist, however, because of DRM protection, you will no longer be able to play them or transfer them to other music players. However, there is a way you can enjoy your downloaded songs from Apple music again even if you have no plans to subscribe to Apple Music again. To enjoy the songs again, it is advised that you import your songs and playlists into a file during the period when you are subscribed to Apple Music. After that, leave everything to the music migrator MusConv.
MusConv being a miraculous music migrator supporting over 30 plus music streaming services can easily export your Apple Music songs and playlists from the file in which you have stored all of your songs and playlists to other music streaming services such as Spotify, Deezer and many more. Having access to MusConv means having access to your downloaded songs from Apple Music even after you have unsubscribed Apple Music.