DRM Music Converter
An all-in-one DRM Music Removal and Conversion tool, which strip DRM protection from iTunes music and convert DRM-encrypted iTunes MP4 and non-DRM iTunes M4A to MP3. So that you can playback the iTunes music songs to Android and other mobile devices for unlimited enjoyment.
Convert iTunes DRM Music
Convert Audio to MP3, WAV, FLAC, AAC
DRM Audio Converter makes it simple for users to convert both DRM protected and common audio files to MP3, AAC, WAV, M4A, FLAC, and other audio formats with CD quality so that you can enjoy music and audiobooks on any media player, like Samsung, iPhone, iPad, Zune, PSP, MP3 player, etc.
Convert DRM Audio
Convert DRM-ed M4P music, albums, playlists from Apple Music and iTunes, and M4A, M4B, AA, AAX audiobooks to DRM-free MP3, WAV, M4A, FLAC, M4B, and other audio formats.
Convert Common Music
Convert all common audio files such as MP3, WAV, WMA, FLAC, AAC, OGG, M4A, M4R, AC3, AMR, APE, etc., to MP3, M4A, WAV, FLAC, M4B, AAC for playback on any media player.
Advanced DRM Music Converter
With advanced digital media processing technology, Prof. DRM Music Converter enables users to decrypt and convert audios from iTunes music, and customize soundtracks, sampling rates, and bit rates for keeping in the output MP3 file.
With DRM Music Converter, users can freely choose different soundtracks, sampling rates, and bit rates for keeping in output MP3 file according to personal preference.
50X Faster Speed
DRM Music Converter removes iTunes DRM and converts M4P to MP3 at 50X faster speed, far faster than any other similar iTunes music crackers in the market.
Convert at 50X Faster Speed
DRM Audio Converter is well designed with an advanced processing core so that the conversion speed can reach up to 50X, much faster than other similar products.
3-Step to Convert Protected M4P to MP3
With this friendly and practical iTunes DRM Audio Converter, you can easily strip DRM protection from iTunes M4P music songs and then convert M4P to MP3 format for freely playback on various music players and mobile devices.