Is there any way to play DRM protected Audiobooks on Android phones or tablets? With the development of Android, more and more smart phones and tablets are packed with Android OS. And the problem is how can you transfer the media contents downloaded from iTunes to these Android devices. As is known to us that the movies and TV shows that you have bought from iTunes Store have DRM protections which prevent you from copying them to Non-Apple devices. And how about the Audiobooks from iTunes?
Of cause, the iTunes Audiobooks are also DRM protected. So when you have an Android phone or tablet like Samsung Galaxy S3 or Google Nexus 7, it is really an annoying problem to listen to your Audiobooks on it. The best way to play iTunes DRM Audiobooks on Android is to remove DRM from those Audiobooks downloaded from iTunes Store. Here we recommend you try NoteBurner Audiobook Converter for Mac as the top DRM audiobook to Android converter.
Instructions to Convert iTunes Audiobooks for Android Phones and Tablets:
1. Add iTunes DRM Audiobook
Audiobook on iTunes is in M4B format which is perfectly supported by NoteBurner DRM Audiobook to Android Converter on Mac. Freely launch the program and click the add button to load your audiobooks for converting to Android compatible audio formats like MP3 or AAC.
2. Enter Preference Settings
In order to convert DRM iTunes Audiobook for Android phones/tablets, you need choose output settings first. Click the Preference button, and then choose the format from pull-down menu. Either MP3 or AAC is compatible for playing on Android devices. After that, just click the convert button on the main interface to start to convert DRM Audiobook to MP3 on Mac.
Once DRM M4B Audiobook to Android conversion completed, the converted audio files will be displayed on the file list of the program. NoteBurner DRM iTunes Audiobook Converter also enables you split the converted MP3 files. You can split the MP3 audiobooks into different parts by clicking the split button.
Tips: To keep the chapters of the audiobooks, you should set the output format as AAC.