Amazon Music Converter
I’m going to cancel my subscription to Amazon Music Unlimited. Can I keep the Amazon downloads playable after the subscription expires?
It’s easy to cancel the subscription for Amazon music, but you may wonder what will happen if you cancel your Amazon subscription. Will you lose access to Amazon music immediately if you cancel your Amazon subscription? Will you lose your downloads after canceling Amazon music? Can you keep Amazon music playable after canceling the subscription? No worries, we’ll explain everything to you about the subscription in this article.
Amazon Music Unlimited is a popular music streaming service offering over 70 million songs to subscribers. It offers 30-day free trial. After then, you can decide to subscribe to it or not, and you can cancel the subscription at any time from your Memberships and Subscriptions in your account. After the subscription is canceled, you can still access Amazon music till the end of your current renewal date, and you’ll no longer be charged for auto-renewal afterward.
Once the renewal date comes to the end, you’ll lose access to Amazon music, including the downloads. Yet there’s a workaround to help you keep playing Amazon music after canceling subscription. It requires you to turn to Amazon Music Converter before your Amazon music subscription expires.
Amazon Music Converter is a useful tool to download music from Amazon Music Unlimited and Amazon Prime to the local drive. You can use it to export Amazon music as MP3/AAC/WAV/FLAC/AIFF files. Once you get them on your local computer, you can then cancel the subscription and keep playing the Amazon music.
Note: Amazon Music Converter requires an active Amazon music account, thus you need to use it to download and export Amazon music to your computer before your Amazon music subscription expires.
Amazon Music Converter
Below is a step-by-step tutorial about how to use Amazon Music Converter to export Amazon music to your local drive so that you can keep them playable after canceling the subscription:
Step 1Log in to your Amazon music account.
Open Amazon Music Converter and click the Sign In button to log in to your Amazon music account.
Step 2Choose the output format and customize the output path.
Click the gear icon on the upper right corner. Here you can choose the output format (Auto/MP3/AAC/WAV/FLAC/AIFF) and designate the output folder.
Besides, you can select the ways that you’d like to name the output file (Title, Artist, Album) and sort out the output files based on albums & artists, or just select None if you’d like to save all the converted files under the same folder.
If you have a large playlist to convert and are planning to run it overnight, you can select Put system to sleep in the After Converting section.
Step 3Add Amazon music to the program.
Open a playlist, artist or album and click on the Add button. All the songs in the list are selected by default. If you don’t want a certain song to be converted, simply uncheck the song.
Step 4Export Amazon music to the local drive.
Click the Convert button and the Amazon Music Converter would soon be starting to export the selected Amazon music to the output folder.
Step 5Find the Downloaded Amazon music on the computer.
Once the conversion is done, just click the History icon on the upper right corner and you can check all the Amazon music that have been successfully downloaded to the computer.
Go to the output folder you customized in Step 2 and you can find all the Amazon downloads, which are playable even if you cancel the subscription.
If you cancel the subscription for Amazon Music, you can still access Amazon music till the end of your renewal date. Once the subscription expires, you’ll lose your music completely, including the downloads. How to keep playing Amazon music after canceling subscription? Amazon Music Converter is the solution.
What you need to bear in mind is that you should use Amazon Music Converter to help you download and export Amazon music to your computer before your subscription comes to the end. An active Amazon music account is required to successfully save Amazon Music as .mp3, .aac, .wav, .flac or .aiff files.
Amazon Music Converter is a shareware. It converts the first three minutes of each audio file and three music files at one time for sample testing. You need to purchase a license to unlock the full version. It's recommended to try it for free and then decide whether you'd like to get it or not.
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