Breathing fresh air and running around Central Park, you’d like to listen to a new song that you’ve heard yesterday on Amazon Music with your MP3 player. And then you are disappointed to find that you don’t know how to download it to your MP3 player. Well, it is because all songs from Amazon Music are streaming content accessible to Amazon Music Player only. So, we couldn’t enjoy them on our other media players.
To make Amazon songs playable on more devices, the best method is to remove the limit from Amazon and download Amazon songs to those universal audio formats. For that reason, you’d need the help of Amazon Music Converter. Today, we’ll be reviewing two of the best amazon music converters in the market, TuneIf Amatune Music Converter and TunePat Amazon Music Converter, for your reference of usage.
Read on and we’ll compare those two Amazon Music converters to help you decide which is best. Factors tested in the review: sound quality, audio format, conversion speed, metadata information, interface, extra functions, and price.
Sound Quality & Audio Format: Tunelf or TunePat
For the songs converted, our first concern is the audio quality. Fortunately, both software performs well in this part. For TunePat Amazon Music Converter, it produces tracks with a bit rate of up to 256kpbs, which could ensure a pretty good output audio quality. What surprised us most is that TuneIf Amatune Music Converter can produce tracks with a bit rate of up to 320kpbs and a sample rate of up to 64000hz. Meanwhile, it provides a wider selection of sampling rate and bit rate, which means it not only allows us to enjoy better lossless output audio quality but also could convert almost any soundtrack.
Conclusion: TunePat ensures a pretty good output audio quality, but TuneIf allows us to enjoy better lossless output audio quality.
To play Amazon songs on more devices, the track should be saved in different formats. Therefore, it is needless to say that the more formats the converter can provide, the better it is. Then we will be able to play the converted music files on any of our devices such as our smartphones, MP3 players, tablets, speakers, TVs, or even the car audio system.
The formats provided by TunePat Amazon Music Converter include MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, and AIFF, which covers almost all popular music formats. By contrast, TuneIf Amatune Music Converter enables us to convert songs into MP3, AAC, M4A, M4B, FLAC, and WAV. To some extent, TuneIf allows us to enjoy more output audio formats to meet our daily listening music demand. Any device that can play MP3 or similar audio format will be compatible with the output from Tunelf and Tunepat.
Output Audio Format of TuneIf Amatune Music Converter:
Output Audio Format of TunePat Amazon Music Converter:
Conclusion: TuneIf provides a wider selection of audio formats.
Conversion Speed & Metadata Information: Tunelf or TunePat
The conversion speed is also a key consideration when choosing an audio converter. With TuneIf Amatune Music Converter, we will be able to convert amazon music files with up to 5 times faster speeds compared to that of TunePat Amazon Music Converter, which could make it easier to access Amazon Music tracks within the program and download them at a fast speed.
Conclusion: In terms of conversion speed, TuneIf performs better.
Metadata can get lost due to various other reasons when we download our music. Embedded with ID3 tags identification technology, both of TuneIf Amatune Music Converter and TunePat Amazon Music Converter can save Amazon Music with the original metadata information like the name of the artist, track title, album, track number, and genre after conversion, thus making it easy for us to filter through our files. What’s more, we can also customize the output file name, which enables us to sort out the converted files as we like.
Conclusion: Both of them are well-designed for us to retain ID3 Tags and metadata of the songs.
Interface & Extra Functions: Tunelf or TunePat
When opening the two software, their interface is both intuitive and concise to users. Generally speaking, there is no great difference between the two. However, we could clearly find that the partition of TuneIf is more apparent and the page switching is more intuitive after using it for some while. On the other hand, TunePat hides these partition choices while you can freely switch back and forth between viewing the conversion history, current conversion progress and the listening page on TuneIf.
Conclusion: TuneIf owns a more obvious partition interface.
The main interface of TuneIf Amatune Music Converter:
The main interface of TunePat Amazon Music Converter:
Differing from TunePat Amazon Music Converter, TuneIf Amatune Music Converter enables us to listen to music while downloading and converting our required Amazon Music tracks to our computer, which is an important highlight that TunePat lacks. And the free trial version of TuneIf Amatune Music Converter would allow us to download and convert the first one minute of each Amazon Music track. For TunePat Amazon Music Converter, there’s a post-conversion option to open the output folder or put the system to sleep, which makes it convenient when making batch audio converting or when the network is slow.
Conclusion: TuneIf allows us to listen to music while downloading and converting, and TunePat is more convenient for batch conversion.
Price: Tunelf or TunePat
The price of TunePat Amazon Music Converter and TuneIf Amatune Music Converter for 1-month-plan and 1-year-plan is the same. However, the Lifetime-plan of TunePat Amazon Music Converter is $129.90, which is almost twice as much as the price of TuneIf Amatune Music Converter.
Conclusion: Generally speaking, TuneIf Amatune Music Converter is more economic than TunePat Amazon Music Converter.
The price of TuneIf Amatune Music Converter:
The price of TunePat Amazon Music Converter:
A Comparison Table of TuneIf Amatune Music Converter and TunePat Amazon Music Converter
|TuneIf Amatune Music Converter||TunePat Amazon Music Converter|
|Audio quality||better lossless||good|
|Conversion speed||5× faster||fast|
|Output audio format||MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, M4A, M4B||MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, AIFF|
|Interface||concise, ituitive and obviously partitioned||concise and ituitive|
|Extra functions||listening to music while downloading and converting||post-conversion option|
With the two smart amazon music converters, we are able to get a unlimited numbers of songs from amazon music without downloading limits. But things considered, TuneIf Amatune Music Converter is a better choice, charging a reasonable price but better at finishing its job.