Easily convert your iTunes library entries or personal audibooks with this app that supports MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC and M4A output formats
What's new in TuneCable iMusic Converter 1.6.1:Add 192kHZ to the sample rate option. Fix some bugs.
If you are an avid iTunes user, who cherishes the audio content on offer, there might be times when you could need a way of converting the songs from your library to other formats.
Allowing you to perform such conversions straight from the iTunes account, TuneCable iMusic Converter will offer a custom solution for migrating Apple Music or Audiobooks contents to a wide range of output formats.
Users will be able to convert the audio content to MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, and M4A formats, and the app will maintain the ID3 tags during the process, for an improved organizational scheme. One will be able to convert up to 10 tracks at a time, and the application also offers direct uploading and sharing to storage platforms, such as OneDrive, Google Drive, or even Dropbox.
The increased conversion speed will enable users to convert lengthy tracks at a faster rate than the normal playback speed, and the tag information will be automatically sourced by the app, which will gather details about artist, title, track number, album art, genre, etc.
Last but not least, no additional hardware is required for running the app and performing the conversions, nor do the users need to install special drivers.