iTunes is one of the finest songs, TV Shows, and movie repository available for entertainment lovers. It allows the users to purchase and stream songs, movies, TV shows, and audiobooks, easily. However, there’s one problem with the purchased content from the iTunes as it won’t support playing on other devices as of its DRM protection. Due to this, users can stream their purchased media content on iTunes or Apple’s clients only, and not anywhere else. Wait a minute! What exactly is DRM protection?

What is DRM Protection?

DRM, or Digital Rights Management, is a technique that certain vendors apply the method to restrict the platforms and methods in which media purchased from them can be used. Due to DRM protection, consumers can stream their purchased media content on iTunes or Apple’s clients only, and not anywhere else.

Many users feel it be unfair, considering that since one paid the full price for the content, they should be free to use it in whatever way or whichever platform they like. So, how do you enable other devices to play the content purchased from iTunes? Well, there are many tools out there which can remove the DRM protection, and in this article, I’m going to discuss one such tool named TunesKit DRM Audio converter. The company claims that their DRM media converter is one of the best tools available till the date. Is it really that effective? Let’s find out in my review.

TunesKit DRM Audio Converter Review:

For this review, I used a Windows machine, but I want to confirm that the TunesKit do work on a Mac machine. All you’ve to do is downloading the respective software. Before we move to the review, let’s take a look at the main features first.

TunesKit DRM Audio Converter Key Features:

  • This tool can convert iTunes M4V videos to MP4
  • It can remove DRM losslessly at a 30x faster speed
  • This tool supports multiple non-Apple devices [Windows, Android, etc.]
  • Dolby Audio quality won’t lose after the conversion

Now, let’s head over to the installation process of TunesKit DRM Audio Converter.

Installation and User Interface

As said, I installed Tuneskit DRM Audio Converter for Windows, and I should say that it offers a lot without creating any confusion. The entire process, from purchasing the software to installing it and then finally using it was easy as a breeze.

When you launch the software for the first time, you’ll notice how simple the UI is to use. Everything is available in a neat and clean interface, and while the features offered by the software are a lot, and all options are organized neatly under the menus. After installation, there’s nothing much left than to the test the main USP of DRM conversion.

DRM Conversion

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Once launched TunesKit DRM Audio Converter, you will discover there are two “Insert” buttons at the top center. If you would like to convert the DRM-protected audios, such as Apple Music, iTunes tunes, Audible audiobooks, then you should click on the second button to load the sound files. If you would like to convert the common DRM-free audio files, you may simply click on the initial one.

In each column of the audio track, you’ll see the “editing” icon at the end. Simply click the icon and you will be prompted to choose the output formats in a new window. There you may also set the sound codec, channel, bit rate, etc. according to your needs.

When the conversion finishes, you can locate the DRM-free sound files from your history folder and then share them to any platform or device for playback.

That’s it, you can officially play the content downloaded from iTunes into any non-Apple device.


All in all, my first impression of Tuneskit DRM Audio Converter was really good, and something that makes me want to use it again and again for converting my complete library.

Tuneskit DRM Audio Converter for Windows works well with respect to DRM removal from iTunes media content and I was completely satisfied with results. The software delivers everything it promises, with plenty of features to make use of.

You can try the trial version to see yourself, and if you liked it, don’t forget to purchase it.

Last Updated on by Vamsee Angadala

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