TuneMobie Music Converter for Mac, the best multimedia decryption solution and the best music downloader on Mac, is extremely intuitive, easy-to-use yet powerful. Read TuneMobie Music Converter for Mac user guide below to learn how to convert online music or podcasts to MP3, M4A, WAV or FLAC in easy steps on Mac, no matter whether you are using free account or premium subscription. Audio ads in free plan will be skipped automatically and limitations of downloaded Ogg in paid plan will be broken.
Tips: If you are using free trial version, you can click Help > Register, copy and paste your license code in the blank and click Activate button to register full version.
Note: Generally speaking, the guide below demonstrates latest version. If you are using an old version, there may be some differences of features and interface. Make sure you have upgraded to latest version. There are two ways to upgrade for free.
1. Click menu "Help" > "Check for update...", download and install the latest version from the popup dialog.
2. Click Free Trial button from our website, download the installer and install it to overwrite the old version.
Launch TuneMobie Music Converter for Mac from launchpad or Application folder and software will be automatically launched as well. Please note that the music service application must be installed first.
Note: If you run Music Converter for Mac on macOS Catalina 10.15 or later, you will be asked whether to allow Music Converter to access microphone, documents and data in Mac Document folder. Please click OK to allow all of them, this help to record music, load music library and operate on the app, save output files in Document folder respectively.
There are two ways you can add music or podcast to the program for downloading and conversion.
The first way is to drag songs, playlists, albums, artists, podcasts, etc. to Music Converter for Mac. Just make sure both the app and Music Converter are displaying on the screen so that you can make drag-and-drop operation. If you have maximized the application, then drag-and-drop operation can't be done.
The second way is also easy but needs one more click. Click "Add Files" button first and you can find a search bar at the bottom of the program. Actually, you can still use drag-and-drop operation here.
Now go to the app, right-click on a song, an album, an artist, a playlist, a podcast list or a single podcast, etc., move mouse to Share and you should be able to see "Copy Song Link", "Copy Album Link", "Copy Artist Link", "Copy Playlist Link", "Copy Show Link" or "Copy Link". Here we use a playlist as example. Paste the link to search bar and click "+" button.
Using either way to add songs, albums, playlists or podcasts will lead to track selection dialog. By default, all the songs will be checked. However, you can uncheck any songs if necessary. Now click Add button.
Note: If a playlist includes more than 99 songs, both link copy & paste and drag-and-drop will only add 99 songs. However, you can open the playlist, choose one song and use shortcut "Command + A" to select all the songs, then drag and drop them to Music Converter. This will help you to add all the songs in the playlist which includes more than 99 songs.
Now click Options button to open preference dialog. There are some useful options which can make software easier to use and help you enjoy better experience. You will see two tabs which are General and Advanced.
In General tab, you can open output folder or change it to your desired folder. You can sort the output files into folders by artist, album or artist/album, check the options for downloading playlists, choose overwrite, skip or keep both when re-converting existed music files, select quality of album artwork, rename the output files in batch using title, artist, album, track number, hyphen, space, etc.
In Advanced tab, you can adjust output audio volume by moving the slider or entering a value, choose output format from MP3, M4A, WAV, FLAC, OGG or AIFF, set sample rate and bitrate. In each tab, you can click Default button to restore default settings. Click Save button to save changes and go back to conversion list.
Now simply click Convert button to start online music to MP3/M4A conversion. Songs will be converted one by one, and all ID3 tags like song title, album, artist, genre, artwork will be preserved.
Click History button to open output folder and locate the output songs, or remove conversion history or output files if necessary.
After conversion, you can add to iTunes library and sync to iPhone, iPod Nano/Shuffle or iPad, or copy output songs to your MP3 players or any MP3/M4A/WAV/FLAC compatible devices. Now enjoy music offline without any limitation.
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