Nowadays, streaming services such as Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, and some alternatives are becoming a new standard for music aficionados, while playing them offline is being important as well. Listening offline is great when we are traveling or going somewhere without an internet connection. How to download music for offline playback? This article will take Amazon Music as an example, showing you how to listen to Amazon Music offline on the go.
1.Download Amazon Music on iPhone, Android, or iPad
As the members of Amazon Music, you can download and play any songs offline on all devices -- mobile, tablet, PC/MAC, Fire TV, and more. Here’s a how:
Step 1 Install and open the Amazon Music app on your device, then log into your music account.
Step 2 Browse and find out your preferred song, tap the "Three-Dot" button beside it and select the "Add to My Music" option.
Step 3 Go to "My Music", tap the "Three-Dot" button again and click the "Download" button.
Tips: To save different audio sizes or quality, go to "Settings > Download Audio Quality" and select the option as needs. Please remember to connect your devices to Wi-Fi during downloading, so that you won't waste data.
2. Download Amazon Music Completely Offline
If you like to keep your whole Amazon library even after subscription over, you shouldn't miss this efficient tool, capable of downloading Amazon Music as local music files -- TuneBoto Amazon Music Converter.
It's a powerful yet user-friendly program, especially designed to download Amazon Music Unlimited & Prime Music to offline MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, AIFF, ALAC format with high audio quality retained. With no need to install the Amazon Music app, you can download any Amazon songs to computer for offline listening.
Here's how to use TuneBoto Amazon Music Downloader to completely download Amazon Music and play offline. TuneBoto supports running on Windows or Mac computer, please install the correct version before getting started.
Step 1 Open TuneBoto Amazon Music Downloader
Install and open TuneBoto Amazon Music Converter on PC or Mac, then log into the Amazon Music account. TuneBoto will show as below.
Note: TuneBoto needs to work with an Amazon account. But don't worry, it will not take any other information from your account other than the songs.
Step 2 Change the Output Format
Tap the "Setting" button at the upper-right and select the Output Format (MP3/AAC/FLAC/WAV/AIFF). Here you can also customize the Output Quality (320kbps/256kbps/192kbps/128kbps), Output Path, and more.
Tips: You can customize the name of your output audio or folder by the settings of "Output File Name" & "Output Organized".
Step 3 Add Amazon Music
Just open one of the Amazon playlists, albums, or artists on TuneBoto, tap the "+Add" icon at lower-right and then select the Amazon songs that you want to download for offline playing.
Tips: TuneBoto is made with the Amazon Music web player and it doesn't need to work with the Amazon Music app for conversion.
Step 4 Start Downloading Amazon Music
After selection, you can download Amazon songs to computer by directly clicking the "Convert" button. After mins, TuneBoto will create an offline copy of Amazon Music songs on your local drive.
Now that you can find out offline Amazon Music files by clicking the "History" or directly going to the output folder you customized previously. Then you can listen to these Amazon songs even when you don't have internet access.
Amazon Music always supports playing songs offline on most mobile, computer, TV devices. Amazon Prime or Music Unlimited subscribers just only need to install the Amazon Music application and connect to internet, then you will have the ability to enjoy songs online or offline, anywhere, anytime.
Besides, if you would like to download and save Amazon songs to computer for good, it's suggested to use the second method to record your Amazon playlists into open music format, including MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, AIFF format. After recording, you can keep Amazon Music on any device without any limitations! TuneBoto offers the free trial version for users to test its features. Now, give it a shot!