How to Enjoy Apple Music on Samsung Galaxy S9

Samsung Galaxy S9 Is New and Powerful

Samsung Galaxy S9 is easily one of the most powerful phones on the market, has novel features in the shape of AR Emoji that are created in your image, and a camera that's utterly unlike anything we've seen on the market before.

Samsung has also been hard at work fixing the biometric issues that plagued the Galaxy S8, making some subtle tweaks that aren't apparent until you've used the phone for a while and find that it's just so much easier to unlock securely.

The other key feature that Samsung is talking up on the Galaxy S9 is the improved speaker setup. If you're tired of hearing sound shoot out the bottom of your phone, you'll appreciate that the top earpiece can now fire sound towards your face.

Apple Music on Samsung Galaxy S9

These speakers have also been tuned to support Dolby Atmos sound, giving you a sense of space from the audio coming out from your phone.

Given how thin this phone is, the overall volume and quality of sound coming out of it are impressive. If anything, the volume can go a little too high, and we find ourselves turning it down occasionally, despite only watching videos on social media.

Use Apple Music for Android App on Samsung Galaxy S9

With the new speakers, users can get more perfect enjoyment while playing music on Samsung Galaxy S9.

You know that Apple Music for Android App can be installed on Samsung Galaxy S9, and then users can play the Apple Music songs after they login in with their Apple ID.

Enjoy Apple Music on Samsung Galaxy S9 without Apple Music for Android App

If you don't want to install Apple Music for Android App, you can try to convert downloaded Apple Music songs and then transfer them to Samsung Galaxy S9.

Apple Music can't be directly transferred or copied to other devices because of DRM, so if you want to transfer to Samsung Galaxy S9, it is impossible.

To solve the problem, Macsome iTunes / Apple Music Converter comes up. This Audio Converter supports an ideal, simple and fast way to convert DRM iTunes Audio files, like purchased Audiobooks and downloaded Apple Music files, to the plain audio formats, including MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, AIFF, and ALAC with 10x conversion speed and perfect output quality.

With Macsome iTunes Converter, users can

  • Convert Apple Music files to MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, and ALAC;
  • Convert purchased Audiobook to MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, and ALAC;
  • Convert iTunes Match Music files.

Step 1, Click the following download link to download the latest trial version of iTunes Music Converter, install and run it.

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You downloaded a free trial version, which can convert 3 minutes for each file. You can purchase to get the full version without any limitations.

Step 2. Click the "+" to import the downloaded Apple Music files from the library or playlist.

Add downloaded Apple Music songs

After you choose the music files, click "OK", and then all the audio tracks files you selected will be listed on the main window.

Step 3.Click the "Setting icon" to set the output format and output folder. There are six output formats, including MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, and ALAC, for you to choose from. If necessary, you can also reset the related audio parameters.

Preferences output Settings

Step 4. Click the "Convert" button to start converting.

Converting Apple Music songs to MP3

After the conversion, you can open the folder to find the converted files in MP3 format.

Step 5. Transfer the converted songs to Samsung Galaxy S9.

When you finish the above steps, all the Apple Music files you like have been converted.

Then, you can connect your Samsung Galaxy S9 to the computer via USB cable and open the output folder to transfer them to your Samsung Galaxy S9.

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