How to Download Amazon Prime Music to MP3
Streaming music services become increasingly popular in today's age, and one of the most well-liked options available to music lovers is Amazon Music. It offers two paid streaming services - Amazon Music Unlimited and Prime Music. Between them, Amazon Prime Music is a streaming service that is included as part of an Amazon Prime membership, which costs $14.99 per month. It gives you access to around 100 million songs and more than a thousand playlists and stations.
Some of you have subscribed to Amazon Prime, which it's great for you to dive into ad-free Amazon Prime Music songs at no additional cost. However, there are still some downsides that frustrate you. They could be stopping stones for you to listen to Amazon Prime Music on an MP3 player. Fret less, in the following article, I'll show you why you should download Amazon Prime Music to MP3 and how to download Amazon Prime Music to MP3. Once you have mastered this technique, you are free to download Amazon Prime Music to MP3, and then transfer the downloaded Amazon Prime Music to any device. Keep on reading to find out more!
- Part 1 Why Should I Download Amazon Prime Music to MP3?
- Part 2 How to Download Amazon Prime Music to MP3?
Part 1. Why Should I Download Amazon Prime Music to MP3?
Generally speaking, when Amazon Music offers the download function to Amazon Prime Music and Amazon Music Unlimited, it still sets some limitations while trying to download Amazon Prime Music for offline playback:
- * You can't keep all your songs from Amazon Prime Music / Unlimited Music permanently on your computer or phone, even if you've downloaded them.
- * You're not allowed to move the music with Amazon Prime Music and Amazon Music Unlimited titles to a non-licensed device either.
- * The downloaded Amazon Music and albums will be greyed every day out after the subscription ends.
Because of these limitations set by Amazon Music, the only way out is to convert Amazon Prime Music to regular MP3 format. Here, AudiCable Amazon Music Recorder can do a perfect job. With its help, you can transfer the downloaded Amazon Prime Music songs to an MP3 player for offline listening.
Part 2. How to Download Amazon Prime Music to MP3?
Tool Required: AudiCable Amazon Music Recorder
Since Amazon Music encodes all tracks in an encrypted format, it's tough to put Amazon Prime Music on other devices for offline playback. But don't worry, AudiCable can help you with the issue.
AudiCable Amazon Music Recorder is an exceptional Amazon Music recording tool, designed specifically for Amazon Music users to download or record any songs, albums, or playlist from Amazon Prime Music or Amazon Music Unlimited. With a few clicks, you can quickly download Amazon Prime Music songs to MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, AIFF, and ALAC formats with lossless streaming quality and ID3 tags kept. Also, you can download music from Spotify, Apple Music, and others without extra installation. Check out more detailed features below!
- Download music from Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Tidal, Line Music, Deezer, YouTube Music, Pandora, SoundCloud and other music sources.
- Save Amazon Music to MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, and ALAC.
- Preserve ID3 tags and original audio quality.
- Enjoy Amazon Music Playback without Amazon Music app.
- Play Amazon Music without internet and subscription.
- Move downloaded Amazon Music tracks to any portable device.
- Share your Amazon Music playlists with people around you.
📂 How to Download Amazon Prime Music to MP3
AudiCable Amazon Music Recorder works on both Windows and Mac computers. Here, we'll use the Windows version to show you how to download Amazon Prime Music to MP3 in detail.
Step 1: Download and Launch AudiCable Audio Recorder
Firstly, open AudiCable Audio Recorder on your Windows or Mac computer. Then, click the "Amazon Music" icon from the main interface.
Note: Using the "Add other sources" button, you can also add other music services that you want. Just copy the official website, customize it with a new name, and then implement a new music platform.
Step 2: Choose the Player and Sign in
Please choose the way you want to record Amazon Prime Music songs, the first option will bring up AudiCable's built-in web player window, the second will pop up from your Chrome. After that, sign in with your account.
Step 3: Adjust the Output Format as MP3
On the top-right corner of AudiCable, click on a "gear icon". From the pop-up setting window, you need to choose "MP3" as the output format for your Prime Music songs. Then close it to apply the changes.
Note: Apart from the output format, you can also freely customize the output quality and output path as you like. The audio quality varies from 128kbps to 320kbps.
Step 4: Start Downloading Amazon Prime Music to MP3
Choose the Amazon Prime Music you want to download into MP3 format, then start playing. AudiCable will record Amazon Prime Music songs simultaneously. Meanwhile, songs will be converted to the format you've chosen in the previous step.
Note: If you want to mute the sound and just download Spotify music in the background, you can go to the upper right, and tap the "sound" icon to switch to mute.
Step 5: Get the Downloaded Amazon Prime Music MP3s on Your Computer
After recording, click the "Recorded" tap and then the "folder icon". Here you'll get Amazon Prime Music MP3s with lossless quality kept. Now you can freely transfer the downloaded files to your MP3 player or other devices without limits.
- All these methods are for personal or educational use only.
- You should not use this tool to distribute music or for business.
💬 Video Tutorial - How to Record and Download Your Amazon Music Songs Locally
If you want to listen to Amazon Prime Music outside of Amazon, you should not miss out AudiCable Amazon Music Recorder. Following the above steps, you can easily download Amazon Prime Music library to MP3 format, and then transfer your newly downloaded music to whatever device you want. This way, whether you take the subway to work every day or go to travel, it's convenient to listen to Amazon Prime Music offline on an MP3 player. Why hesitate? Just try it out!
Note: The free trial version of AudiCable enables you to record a maximum of 10 Amazon Music songs. To get the full conversion, please become a registered member by buying a license from AudiCable.