AppleMacSoft DRM Converter for Mac Review: Convert DRM with Ease
If you’re an active iTunes user, then you know that DRM protection can be very annoying when you want to listen to songs and audiobooks downloaded from iTunes on non-Apple devices. AppleMacSoft’s DRM Converter is the app that can help.
AppleMacSoft DRM Converter is a simple app that removes DRM restrictions from your tracks and converts them in all the popular media formats. It’s fast, very easy to use, and its converter works for both DRM-protected and ordinary files.
AppleMacSoft DRM Converter Features
The main feature of this app is removing DRM protection from tracks downloaded from iTunes. Basically, DRM restricts the tracks in such a way that only an Apple device can play them. But what if you want to listen to these tracks on your PC, Android phone or a simple mp3 player? Removing DRM protection is the answer.
AppleMacSoft DRM Converter does a great job getting rid of DRM and plus makes it easy to convert audio tracks into the following formats:
mp3, m4a, m4r, au, ac3, flac, aac, aiff and mka
The developers of the software claim that it does so legally, so you shouldn’t worry about cracking tracks.
Another handy DRM Converter’s feature is that it can convert audiobook files downloaded from iTunes and Audible. Again, that’s great for listening for audiobooks on any of your devices.
Now, let’s say that you want to simply convert an unprotected file to a different format. AppleMacSoft DRM Converter can easily do that, plus it can extract audio from iTunes videos, unlock and convert files in bulk, and it keeps ID tags and other metadata for the tracks.
Ease of Use
AppleMacSoft DRM Converter has an intuitive interface and integrates with iTunes very well. Its look is a bit outdated, but all the options are easy to find and use. To be honest, it reminds of Windows apps, but it’s not the looks – it’s the functionality that matters.
AppleMacSoft DRM Converter seems to be a decent app for removing DRM protection and converting audio files to all types of popular formats. The app is free to try, so give it a go.