Play Apple Music on Samsung Galaxy S20
Samsung announced its new 5G Galaxy S20 Android phones on March 6, 2020. It's the phone most people should probably buy with a smooth 120Hz display, 5G, and powerful new camera system in a compact design. Thanks to its 6.2-inch display, the S20 is easy to use with one hand. The Galaxy S20 runs Android 10, the latest version of Google's operating system, complete with a Samsung One UI overlay.
There are some new features and specifications regarding audio performance. Music Share allows owners to set their Galaxy S20 as the source of music center and other components such as Bluetooth speakers and car stereos. The S20 is almost certainly now the best Android phone for sound quality. It comes with 128GB of storage. Besides, you can add up to 1 TB of storage via the microSD card slot.
Apple Music is the default music app on iOS devices. Plus, it is also one of the best music streaming services around. If you have a new Samsung Galaxy S20 / S20 Ultra or switched from iPhone to Galaxy S20, you may wonder how to play Apple Music on Samsung Galaxy S20. Here, you can refer to the following tutorial, which can help you listen to Apple Music songs with your new Galaxy S20 on the go.
Part 1. Play Apple Music on Galaxy S20 with Apple Music for Android App
Apple Music is available for Android devices, too. To enjoy Apple Music on Galaxy S20, you can download the Apple Music for Android app on your phone and use it without any problem on your favorite Samsung smartphone.
1. Open the Apple Music for Android app from Google Play. And then, sign in with your Apple Music subscription account. If you don't have an Apple ID, you can create one when you join Apple Music.
2. Now, you can use the Apple Music app to listen to your music, discover new favorites, enjoy curated playlists, and more on your Galaxy S20 series.
Part 2. Transfer Apple Music Songs to Samsung Galaxy S20
To enjoy all transfer any song out of the Apple streaming music, you must have a paid subscription to Apple Music. When your Apple Music subscription expires, any songs associated with Apple Music won't play. Worse, you cannot transfer any song out of Apple Music, and the songs you downloaded from the Apple Music catalog will be removed from all your devices.
Fortunately, Macsome iTunes Converter can help you out. It is an all-in-one Apple Music Converter that supports converting iTunes-purchased songs, Apple Music, iTunes, and Audible audiobooks to MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, and ALAC without quality loss. Therefore, you can transfer Apple Music songs to Samsung Galaxy S20 or other common devices. Now you can follow the instructions to do it.
Before transferring Apple Music songs to Samsung Galaxy S20, please download, install and launch Macsome iTunes Converter on your computer by clicking the following download link.
Step 1. Import Apple Music songs to Macsome.
Click "+" button to import the downloaded Apple Music files from the library or playlist. Make sure you have downloaded all the Apple Music files, and they can normally work on your iTunes.
Step 2. Set the proper output format for Samsung Galaxy S20.
Samsung Galaxy S20 supports various of audio formats, such as MP3, M4A, 3GA, AAC, OGG, OGA and so on. Click the settings button, you can freely choose MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, and ALAC as output format.
Step 3. Start to convert Apple Music to Galaxy S20.
After all the settings, you can click the "Convert" button to start converting Apple Music to the Samsung Galaxy S20 process. When the conversion is finished, you can open the output folder to find the converted files in MP3 format.
Step 4. Transfer Apple Music songs to Samsung Galaxy S20.
Connect Samsung Galaxy S20 to your computer using the supplied USB cable. Then you can drag and drop or copy and paste the converted Apple Music songs to your phone's Music folder. Once the transfer is completed, you can play the Apple Music files on Samsung Galaxy S20 with the Play Music app.