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Apple Music is available for Apple iOS devices and Android phones. Even the Android tablet users find it impossble to download Apple Music app on Android tablets. For Amazon Kindle Fire users, there is no chance to have the Apple Music app either. But it doesnot mean you can't transfer your Apple Music songs to Amazon Kindle Fire for playback.

Here is one thing you may know about your Apple Music that all the tracks/playlists you download from Apple Music are DRM protected which is the main reason why you can't put them on your Kindle Fire for playing. Once you remove DRM from Apple music tracks, you will be able to convert them to normal MP3 format or any other audio format you need and transfer them to Kindle Fire or any other devices you have for playback.

Then how to remove DRM from Apple Music songs and put them on Kindle Fire?

You may simply google Apple Music DRM removal to find a tool to do it. Here I recommend you to try this one, Apple Music DRM Removal - Apple Music Converter ( For Mac | For Windows ), This powerful software let's you remove DRM from Apple Music and convert protected M4P to normal MP3 format with 16X conversion speed and lossless quality. This is one of the best apple music converter I have found. The best part is its free trial version has no function limitation. Although you will have to purchase a license to get rid of time limitation. Download link for both Mac and Windows users are provided below.


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Below is a step-by-step guide to removing DRM from apple music and putting apple music songs on Kindle fire for playback with the help of Apple Music Converter. Download and intall now to get started!

Step-by-step guide to put Apple Music on Kindle Fire for playback

Step 1 > Launch Apple Music DRM removal - Apple Music Converter

After installation, launch the Apple Music Converter. iTunes will be launched automatically as well. Then you will find all your iTunes Library and playlists will be displayed on the main interface of the software. If you can not find your Apple Music library or playlist, please follow the Apple offical instructions to turn on iCloud Music Library on all of your devices and do the sync.

launch Apple Music Converter

Tips: There is no need to download the tracks, playlists or albums if your internet connection is fast enough. As long as they are added to your iTunes library, this software will automatically load and show them on the interface.

Step 2 > Select the tracks/playlist and choose MP3 as output format

Click Music or playlist on the left side and select songs you want to convert on the main interface. Batch conversion is supported by this Apple Music Converter, so you can select more than one songs. If you have a very huge library, you can go to "Search" bar to find the tracks you like.

select Apple Music

Check the "Output Format". You can choose output format like AAC, MP3, AIFF as the output format. The Kindle Fire supports non-DRM AAC, MP3, AMR, MIDI, OGG, WAV, and MP4 file formats for music. Here we choose MP3 which is perfectly supported by Kindle Fire. Customize other settings according to your need. Original ID tags and metadata information will be saved to the output MP3 and M4A audio files. You can also edit them.

Step 3 > Remove DRM & Convert!

convert Apple Music

Click the magical “Convert” button to start the conversion. When the conversion finished, you got DRM-free normal MP3 audio file with the same high quality.

Step 4 > Transfer DRM-free Apple Music songs to Kindle Fire

Option 1 - transfer apple music to kindle fire with USB cable.
Connect the device to your computer using a Micro-USB to USB cable. Then drag and drop apple music files to the folder named 'Music' under your Kindle. The item will then be uploaded to the cloud and available from your Kindle Fire in the “Music” app.

Option 2 - transfer apple music to kindle fire with Amazon Cloud.
Your Kindle Fire can access music in the Amazon Cloud. Visit Amazon Music from the computer where your apple music is located, and click the “Upload your music” link on the left pane to upload. The item will then be uploaded to the cloud and available from your Kindle Fire in the “Music” app.


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