Sidify Amazon Music Converter
“I downloaded a song from Amazon Music to my smartphone. How can I find the downloaded file? I want to set it as my alarm.”
If you are a Prime member, you can access Amazon Prime music at no extra cost. Besides, you can access Amazon Music by signing up as a free member, an Amazon Music Unlimited or Amazon Music HD subscriber. As long as you have an account for Amazon Music, you can access Amazon Music by installing the Amazon Music app, which is not only available on desktop devices but also on smartphones. No matter you are using an Android phone or iPhone, you can easily enjoy Amazon Music through the Amazon Music app.
All Amazon Music subscribers, except for Amazon Music Free members, are allowed to download and stream Amazon Music for offline listening. It’s easy to download music from Amazon to the Amazon Music app on your Android or iPhone. Just open the Amazon Music app, select the song, album, or playlist you want to download, tap the More (three dots) option, and then tap Download. In this way, you can listen to Amazon Music without consuming data when you go somewhere without a stable network.
Now that you’ve downloaded music from Amazon Music to the phone, you can easily locate the files, can’t you? No. It’s some kind of tricky to locate the Amazon downloads, as they are downloaded as encrypted files. Even if you locate the storage folder, you can’t find the downloaded Amazon titles. Instead, you’ll see a number of cache files included in different folders. The Amazon Music downloads you get on your phone are limited to be played with the Amazon Music app, and you can’t copy or export them to play on other devices.
However, there’s always a way to turn things around. In this article, we are going to introduce an efficient way for you to download music from Amazon to your phone as local files. By the following method, you can not only find the downloaded Amazon music on your phone, but also play them with any media player, set Amazon Music as your alarm/ringtone, share Amazon Music with your friends, etc. The whole process is rather easy but it requires you to get a PC or Mac, as the tool we are going to use is only available on Windows & macOS operating systems. Without further ado, let’s explore more details.
Sidify Amazon Music Converter is a simple tool used to convert Amazon Music to MP3/AAC/WAV/FLAC/AIFF, keeping the original audio quality (including HD & Ultra HD) and ID3 tags after conversion. Apart from the Amazon Music app, it requires no need to install any extra apps.
By Sidify Amazon Music Converter, the Amazon downloads would be saved as local files. You can keep them forever, even if you cancel your subscription afterward. Besides, you can transfer the Amazon Music downloads to wherever you want - Android phone, iPhone, SD card, USB or MP3 player, etc.
Sidify Amazon Music Converter
As mentioned above, Sidify Amazon Music Converter works with the Amazon Music app. Please make sure you’ve installed both Sidify and the Amazon app on your computer before we get started. Next we are going to show you how to download music from Amazon Music to the local drive so that you can transfer them to your Android phone or iPhone.
Step 1Open Sidify Amazon Music Converter
Launch Sidify Amazon Music Converter, and the Amazon Music app would be opened automatically.
Step 2Import Amazon Music to Sidify
Drag & drop a song or a playlist from the Amazon Music app to Sidify. Sidify would recognize all the songs automatically. Check the Amazon Music that you’d like to download to your phone and then click OK.
Step 3Customize the Output Settings
Click the Settings icon on the upper right corner of Sidify, choose the output format (MP3/AAC/WAV/FLAC/AIFF) and customize the output path. You can sort out the converted Amazon Music by artists or albums if needed.
Step 4Export Amazon Music to the Computer
Click the Convert button and Sidify would immediately start exporting the Amazon Music to the computer.
Step 5Find the Downloaded Amazon Music on the Local Drive
Once the conversion is done, just click the Converted tab on the left column and you can check all the Amazon Music that have been converted successfully. Go to the output folder set in Step 3, and you can find all the Amazon downloads on the local drive.
Step 6Transfer the Amazon Downloads to the Phone
Now that you've downloaded Amazon Music on your local computer, you can easily transfer them to your Android phone or iPhone.
Amazon Music is a good source to stream music. You can access a large music library by subscribing to it with a small subscription fee. By installing the Amazon Music app on your Android phone or iPhone, you can easily download music from Amazon for offline playback. Yet the Amazon downloads are encoded files confined to be played within the Amazon Music app. You can’t set it as alarm, ringtone or whatever.
Sidify Amazon Music Converter, a popular Amazon Music to MP3/AAC/WAV/FLAC/AIFF converter, can help you download music from Amazon Music to your local computer. By then, you’ll be able to easily transfer the Amazon downloads to your smartphone.
The music tool is shareware. It converts the first three minutes of each audio file for sample testing and needs a license to unlock the full version. You can download it for a free trial and then decide whether you'd like to get it or not.
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