Google Drive, formerly Google Docs, is a file storage and synchronization service created by Google and was launched in 2012. It allows users to store files in the cloud, share files, and edit documents, spreadsheets, and presentations with collaborators. Google gives every user 15 GB of online storage space, which is shared across three of its most-used services, Google Drive, Gmail, and Google+ Photos. Users can obtain more storage on payment of a monthly subscription. With an average of 240 million active users each month world-wide, and over one million individual or organizational paid users, Google Drive has the right to claim top status in the market.
As one of the largest this cloud storage platforms in the world, Google Drive is used by a huge amount of users to backup their videos, music files, docs, etc and share with others. However, it doesn't support all kinds of media content currently, such as the offline songs you downloaded from Apple Music store. But don't worry. The following article will show you the workaround to help you easily upload Apple Music tracks to Google Drive for backup and future use.
DRM Prevents us from Transferring Apple Music to Google Drive...
Before adding the Apple Music songs to your Google Drive, the most important thing you need to know is that Apple Music is protected by an algorithm known as DRM which is created by Apple to control what you do with the streaming music content. Because of the DRM copy right protection, you are limited to play the Apple Music online music or offline tracks on devices related to your Apple account only. You can't upload the Apple Music songs to Google Drive or other devices at all. And once you cancel the subscription to Apple Music, the downloaded streams will become unusable automatically. If you want to make the Apple Music songs DRM-free, then you'll need the help of a third-party DRM removal tool to help you remove the DRM protection from Apple Music M4P songs. Go ahead to find the answer.
Best Tool to Crack DRM from Apple Music Files
TunesKit Apple Music Converter is an all-in-one DRM remover and M4P converter to help Apple Music subscribers completely bypass DRM from offline Apple Music streams and convert the DRM'd M4P songs to MP3, AAC, M4A, WAV, FLAC, M4B formats with ID tags and original quality preserved. It's also provided with Mac version compatible with OS X 10.8 or later, including the latest macOS 10.12. With the assistance of TunesKit Apple Music Converter, you'll be able to get the DRM-free Apple Music songs so as to back them up to Google Drive for as long time as you like.
- Completely crack DRM from protected Apple Music and old iTunes M4P songs
- Convert DRM M4P music tracks to plain MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, M4A, M4B
- Convert Apple Music files at 30X faster speed with CD quality
4 Steps to Backup Your Apple Music to Google Drive
Now follow the steps here to convert your Apple Music to MP3 with TunesKit DRM M4P Converter, so that you can enjoy the non-DRM Apple Music MP3 files on Google Drive as you like.
Step 1Load Apple Music audio tracks
Launch TunesKit Apple Music Converter. Then you can add the downloaded M4P offline files by either clicking "Add Files" button or dragging the files from the iTunes folder where you store those files on your computer. It supports batch conversion so that you can import multiple music tracks to TunesKit once.
Step 2Select output format
Once the songs are added successfully to the software, you can choose the output format as you like, such as MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, M4A, and M4B.
Step 3Start to convert Apple Music
When everything is ready, you can click "Convert" button to start converting the Apple Music DRM-ed M4P to other common formats.
Step 4Upload converted Apple Music to Google Drive
Sign into the Google Drive website with your Google account. Then you can add the DRM-free Apple Music files to your Google Drive with two ways, including simply dragging the files or folder over the top of the Google Drive window or clicking on "New" in the top left corner, and then selecting either "File Upload" or "Folder Upload".