How to Play Apple Music on Samsung Galaxy S10 Freely
Samsung has released the next generation of Galaxy for the 10th anniversary of the Samsung Galaxy S flagship line, which includes Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+.
If you don't know how to choose it, the following collections of reviews may help you.
The Galaxy S10 is a fitting 10th-anniversary phone for Samsung and its storied S series. It delivers on change with a novel-looking Infinity-O screen so large it displaces the front camera and a triple-lens rear camera that takes ultra-wide photos. Its in-screen fingerprint sensor tech should serve you well, while it's Wireless PowerShare could help your friends. That's a lot of change – know it comes at a high price.
The Galaxy S10 Plus is Samsung's new 'everything phone' for 2019, helping disrupt the sameness of the last few generations of Samsung handsets. Its 6.4-inch screen is so big it displaces the front camera, while its triple-lens rear camera can take ultra-wide photos. And though you can't see them, the in-screen fingerprint sensor is a hidden feature for you, while Wireless PowerShare is a perk for your battery-drained friends. It has a lot of nifty features – know Samsung is asking for a lot of money, too.
The 'e' in Samsung Galaxy S10e stands for 'essential,' which means it packs almost everything the S10 and S10 Plus have at a lower price. You get a 5.8-inch screen, the same two primary cameras, and all-day battery life, but you'll miss out on a third lens, slightly higher specs, and the in-screen fingerprint sensor. That's the tempting compromise offered by Samsung's answer to the iPhone XR.
Whether you choose which one, you maybe like to listen to music, watch videos or play games on the mobile phone. There are various online streaming music services, and Samsung also supports six months of Spotify Premium for free. If you have been an Apple Music user, is there any way to help you enjoy Apple Music on the Samsung Galaxy S10 series.
Apple Music for Android App on Samsung Galaxy Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+
As you know that Apple Music for Android can be installed on the Samsung Galaxy S10 series only when you have subscribed to Apple Music; and you just login in with your Apple ID, and then you can enjoy Apple Music on your Galaxy S10e, S10 and S10+.
Apple Music for Android is not ideal like Apple Music for iOS. If you don't want to continue your Apple Music subscription and want to turn to Spotify Premium, you can backup your Apple Music playlist before you cancel the subscription, and you can enjoy and play Apple Music on your Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+ without Apple Music for Android App.
Backup Apple Music and Play without Apple Music for Android App
As we all know, Apple Music is just a music streaming service. Apple Music can't be directly be transferred or copied to other devices, and if you want to transfer to Samsung Galaxy S10 series, it is impossible.
Please don't worry, Macsome iTunes / Apple Music Converter comes to help you, which supports an ideal, simple and fast way to convert DRM iTunes Audio files, like purchased Audiobook and downloaded Apple Music files, to widely-used audio formats MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, and ALAC with 10x conversion speed and perfect output quality.
Step 1. Click the following download link to download the latest trial version of iTunes Music Converter, install and run it.
You downloaded a free trial version, which can convert 1 minute for each file. You can purchase to get the full version without any limitations.
Step 2. Click "+" to import the downloaded Apple Music files from the library or playlist. All the Apple Music files you have downloaded are the Apple Music files you want to convert, and they can normally work on your iTunes.
Step 3. Click the "Setting icon" to set the output format and output folder. Five output formats are MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, and ALAC, for you to choose from. If necessary, you can also reset the related audio parameters.
If you choose WebPlayer Download mode, you are able to download Apple Music at up to 10x faster speed.
Step 4. Click the "Convert button" to start converting.
After the conversion, you can open the output folder to find the converted files in MP3 format.
Step 5. Transfer the converted songs to Samsung Galaxy S10 series.
Now, you can connect your Samsung Galaxy S10 series to your computer via USB cable, open the output folder to transfer them to your mobile phone, and then enjoy them freely.